Opposite of Take, Antonyms of take with meaning and Example Sentences in English PDF

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Opposite of Take, Antonyms of take with meaning and Example Sentences in English PDF

What are opposite words or antonyms?

Opposite words or Antonyms means those words that oppose the meaning of each other completely. For example Dark/Light, White/Black etc.

Normally the question that comes to mind when we are trying to learn these vocabulary words is that “Why should I memorize these Opposites when I know the basic words?”

These words are very useful in our daily routine vocabulary. Here I will tell you what are the benefits of using antonym and opposites? If you know the opposites of all the vocabulary words in your collection then your collection can be increased and you have a variety of words to use in your conversation. In your writing and speaking if you use the variety of words instead using repeating the same words it will cast a good impression. And your writing and speaking will become professional.

Note: You must know that antonyms and synonyms are two different terms. Synonyms means the words that have same meanings but in case of antonym it is completely different as I discussed above.

Opposite of Take, Antonyms of take with meaning and Example Sentences in English PDF

What is the meaning of take?

The meaning of take is lay hold of (something) with one’s hands; reach for and hold.

Opposite of Take (Antonyms of Take)

  • Supply
  • Gift
  • Proffer
  • Pony up
  • Provide
  • Yield
  • Abdicate
  • Vouchsafe
  • Stump up
  • Let someone have
  • Surrender
  • Contribute
  • Transfer
  • Dispense
  • Pledge
  • Put up
  • Shell out
  • Heap on
  • Supply with
  • Serve
  • Present
  • Award
  • Furnish
  • Bequeath
  • Entrust
  • Cough up
  • Gift with
  • Bestow
  • Confer
  • Hand over
  • Donate
  • Impart
  • Lend
  • Ante up
  • Endow
  • Present with
  • Allot
  • Give
  • Relinquish
  • Turn over
  • Fork out
  • Provision
  • Deliver
  • Hand
  • Grant
  • Pass
  • Lay out
  • Furnish with
  • Offer
  • Cede
  • Provide with

Examples of Take in Sentences

  • You can take my shirt.
  • I have to take tea.
  • She can take good care of her.
  • Take the bag and count the money.
  • We will take care of them.

More Common Opposite Words

  • Take – Give
  • Strong – Weak
  • Soul – Body
  • Private – Public
  • Often – Seldom
  • None Of – Al Lof
  • No – Yes
  • Long – Short
  • Little – Big
  • Girl – Boy
  • Easy – Difficult
  • Courage – Fear
  • Correct – Wrong
  • Changeable – Constant
  • Bitter – Sweet
  • Angel – Devil
  • Accept – Refuse
  • Whole – Part
  • Useful – Useless
  • Up – Down
  • Spring – Autumn
  • Sister – Brother
  • Set Free – Arrest
  • Safety – Danger
  • Reply – Ask
  • Refuse – Agree
  • Quiet – Loud
  • No – Yes
  • Natural – Artificial
  • Morning – Evening
  • Marriage – Divorce
  • Liquid – Solid
  • Liquid – Solid
  • Lie – Stand
  • Left – Right
  • Late – Early
  • Lack – Abundance
  • Hot – Cold
  • Health – Disease
  • Friend – Enemy
  • Floor – Ceiling
  • Fix – Break
  • Finish – Start
  • Everybody – Nobody
  • Enjoy – Hate
  • Empty – Full
  • Die – Live
  • Dictatorship – Republic
  • Defeat – Victory
  • Cheap – Expensive
  • Beautiful – Ugly
  • Ask – Answer
  • Absence – Presence
  • Whisper – Scream
  • Waste – Save
  • Suburb – Centre
  • Save – Spend
  • Reply – Question
  • Powerful – Weak
  • Past – Future
  • North – South
  • More – Less
  • Love – Hate
  • Liquid – Solid
  • Junior – Senior
  • Health – Disease
  • Full – Empty
  • Everything – Nothing
  • Before – After
  • Arrive – Depart
  • West – East
  • Stupid – Clever
  • Seldom – Often
  • Nobody – Everybody
  • Nephew – Niece
  • Loud – Quiet
  • Learn – Teach
  • In Front Of – Back
  • Gentleman – Lady
  • Funny – Serious
  • Freeze – Melt
  • Day – Night
  • Dawn – Dusk
  • Cry – Whisper
  • Constant – Changeable
  • Boy – Girl
  • Arrival – Departure
  • Warm – Cool
  • Vertical – Horizontal
  • Slim – Fat
  • Sadness – Happiness
  • Quiet – Loud
  • Pretty – Ugly
  • Lie – Stand
  • Horizontal – Vertical
  • Harvest – Plant
  • Fortune – Bad Luck
  • Drama – Comedy
  • Dawn – Dusk
  • Correct – Wrong
  • Clever – Stupid
  • Cheap – Expensive
  • Catch – Miss
  • Ancient – Modern
  • Ugly – Beautiful
  • Satisfy – Annoy
  • Receive – Send
  • Polite – Rude
  • Outside – Inside
  • Master – Servant
  • Little – Much
  • Let – Forbid
  • Large – Small
  • Funny – Serious
  • Full – Empty
  • Full – Empty
  • Freeze – Melt
  • Finish – Begin
  • Fail – Succeed
  • Complicated – Simple
  • Children – Parent
  • Agree – Refuse
  • Wide – Narrow
  • Unite – Divide
  • Stranger – Native
  • Shout – Whisper
  • Save – Spend
  • Remember – Forget
  • Regret – Satisfaction
  • Push – Pull
  • Native – Foreigner
  • Miss – Hit
  • Little – Much
  • Happy – Sad
  • Exactly – Approximately
  • Evening – Morning
  • Deep – Shallow
  • Build – Destroy
  • Answer – Question
  • Against – For
  • Wet – Dry
  • Sister – Brother
  • Sell – Buy
  • North – South
  • Mess – Order
  • Men – Women
  • Learn – Teach
  • High – Deep
  • Gentle – Violent
  • Forward – Backward
  • Evening – Morning
  • Divorce – Marry
  • Dark – Light
  • Danger – Security
  • Behind – In Front Of
  • Beauty – Ugliness
  • Approximately – Exactly

 

  • Valley – Mountain
  • Teach – Learn
  • Sunny – Cloudy
  • Start – Finish
  • Stand – Lie
  • Soul – Body
  • Sick – Healthy
  • Rise – Sink
  • Regret – Satisfaction
  • Pretty – Ugly
  • Present – Past
  • Poverty – Wealth
  • Poverty – Wealth
  • Other – Same
  • North – South
  • Noisy – Quiet
  • Live – Die
  • Little – Big
  • Like – Hate
  • Life – Death
  • Interrupt – Continue
  • Heaven – Hell
  • Handsome – Ugly
  • Foreground – Background
  • End – Begin
  • Dark – Light
  • Cry – Laugh
  • Changeable – Constant
  • Borrow – Lend
  • Bad – Good
  • Asleep – Awake
  • Ascent – Descent
  • Amateur – Professional
  • Already – Not Yet
  • Adult – Child
  • Add – Subtract
  • West – East
  • Under – Over
  • Shut – Open
  • Safe – Dangerous
  • Reply – Question
  • Out – In
  • Near – Distant
  • Minimum – Maximum
  • Happy – Sad
  • Failure – Success
  • Everything – Nothing
  • Die – Live
  • Daughter – Son
  • Catch – Miss
  • Careful – Careless
  • Awake – Asleep
  • Attic – Cellar
  • Against – For
  • Warm – Cool
  • Stand – Sit
  • Right – Wrong
  • Pupil – Teacher
  • None Of – Al Lot Of
  • Never – Always
  • Lower – Raise
  • Learn – Teach
  • Lead – Follow
  • Hell – Heaven
  • Foreign – Domestic
  • Foreground – Background
  • Follow – Lead
  • Finish – Begin
  • Everybody – Nobody
  • Dusk – Down
  • Careful – Careless
  • Blunt – Sharp
  • Women – Men
  • Wealthy – Poor
  • Strong – Weak
  • Satisfy – Annoy
  • Same – Different
  • Raise – Lower
  • Part – Whole
  • Now – Then
  • Lovely – Terrible
  • High – Low
  • Gentle – Violent
  • Dusk – Dawn
  • Dirty – Clean
  • Depart – Arrive
  • Below – Above
  • Behind – In Front Of
  • Ancestor – Descendant
  • Against – For
  • Well- Ill
  • Wealthy – Poor
  • Valley – Mountain
  • Under – Over
  • Strong – Weak
  • Right – Left
  • Much – Little
  • Light – Heavy
  • Guilty – Innocent