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The notion taken is the 469th most frequent word of the English lanuguage and appears 202.543 times in the reference corpus. The part of speech is verb, past participle. The syllabication is takĀ·en. Here are sample usages of the term in text: "... after which it was taken over by other developers."¹ "It had taken 12,000 men and 5,000 ..."² "... the incidents that have taken place within the Triangle."³ Reversely its written nekat. The word is rhyming on waken, untaken und unshaken. The MD5 hash is bad841dbbeb7132a68b2c649f4a7b875 and the SHA1 checksum is 13ed36557c1aed52ec0379878f553bf48da16d93. The dialable telephone number 82536 accords this word.

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wordbook information

word name: taken

part of speech: verb, past participle

lemma: take

substitutes: interpreted

typical left word neighbours: be had have having were being been

typical right word neighbours: prisoner over place away up off seriously

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