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betake

[ bih-teyk ]
/ bɪˈteɪk /
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verb (used with object), be·took [bih-took], /bɪˈtʊk/, be·tak·en, be·tak·ing.
to cause to go (usually used reflexively): She betook herself to town.
Archaic. to resort or have recourse to.
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Origin of betake

First recorded in 1175–1225, betake is from the Middle English word bitaken.See be-, take
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British Dictionary definitions for betake

betake
/ (bɪˈteɪk) /

verb -takes, -taking, -took or -taken (tr)
betake oneself to go; move
archaic to apply (oneself) to
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