Phrasal verbs take 1 take aback (surprise, shock): I was taken aback by her hostile reaction.
take after (behave like, look like): Your daughter doesn’t take after you in any way.
take along (take or carry with you): On long journeys my father sometimes take me along.
You can taken apart and put together this bike with ease.
They didn’t come to take the rubbish away so far. It was too small, so I took it back to the store.
She would never take him back again. I also take back what I just said about you.