Phrasal verbs take out
take on (accept work or responsibility): Don’t take on more than you can handle.
take on (hire, employ): Our company is not taking on any new staff this year.
take on (fight, compete against): This evening Barcelona will take on Milan at home.
take out (remove something from a place): Can you take out the garbage when you go?
take out (take money from a bank): I will take out $500 to spend on vacation.
take out (go with someone you have invited to a restaurant, club, the movies, etc.): Our boss is going to take us out for a meal.
take over (do something that someone else was doing): Can you take over the cooking while I am away?
take over (take control or responsibility of): Who will take over the leadership of the party?