take part (in something)


take part (in something)
take part (in something) phrase
to be involved in an activity with other people

They will be taking part in the discussions, along with many other organizations.

Elections were held, but the KLA refused to take part.

Thesaurus: to take part, or to become involvedsynonym
Main entry: part

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take ˈpart (in sth) idiom
to be involved in sth
Syn: participate

to take part in a discussion/demonstration/fight/celebration

How many countries took part in the last Olympic Games?

Main entry:partidiom

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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