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Take water   /teɪk wˈɔtər/   Listen
Take water

verb
1.
Enter the water.






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"Take water" Quotes from Famous Books



... Take water and meal and make dough. Write on slips of paper names of several of opposite sex friends; roll papers into balls of dough and drop them into water. First name to appear will ...
— Games For All Occasions • Mary E. Blain

... ships and one brig set sail in October, 1527, from the port of "Zaguatenejo, which is in New Spain, in the province of Zacatala," on the western coast. When out but a short distance his surgeon dies and is buried at sea. Soon after this one of the ships begins to take water, and so rapidly that it is necessary to bring men from the other vessels to keep her afloat. On December 29 the Ladrones are sighted; and soon afterward they anchor at an island (not of this group), whose inhabitants show previous contact with Castilians by ...
— The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803, Volume II, 1521-1569 • Emma Helen Blair

... drunk in Alexandria, Cairo, and elsewhere; but it is very turbid and of a yellowish colour, so that it must be filtered to render it clear and pure. Thus it happens that even on the river we are obliged to take water with us. ...
— A Visit to the Holy Land • Ida Pfeiffer



Words linked to "Take water" :   enter, go into, move into, go in, get in, get into, come in



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