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To take the trouble
To take the veil
To take the wall
To take the wind out of one's sails
To take thought
To take to
To take to heart
To take to task
To take to the heels
To take to the road
To take to wife
To take turns
To take up
To take up arms
To take up cudgels for
To take up the gauntlet
To take up the glove
To take up the hatchet
To take up with
To take upon
To take upon one's self
To take vent
To take wind
To take with
To talk big
To talk of
To talk over
To talk shop
To talk to
To tame away

To take up the cross definitions

Webster's 1913 Dictionary

12. (Surveying) An instrument for laying of offsets perpendicular to the main course. 13. (Mech.) A pipe-fitting with four branches the axes of which usually form's right angle. Cross and pile, a game with money, at which it is put to chance whether a coin shall fall with that side up which bears the cross, or the other, which is called pile, or reverse; the game called heads or tails. Cross bottony or botton['e]. See under Bottony. Cross estoil['e] (Her.). a cross, each of whose arms is pointed like the ray of a star; that is, a star having four long points only. Cross of Calvary. See Calvary, 3. Southern cross. (Astron.) See under Southern. To do a thing on the cross, to act dishonestly; -- opposed to acting on the square. [Slang] To take up the cross, to bear troubles and afflictions with patience from love to Christ.




 


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