Definitions for uptakeˈʌpˌteɪk
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consumption, ingestion, intake, uptake(noun)
the process of taking food into the body through the mouth (as by eating)
a process of taking up or using up or consuming
"they developed paper napkins with a greater uptake of liquids"
absorption, especially of food or nutrient by an organism
To take up, to lift.
Origin: From uptaken, equivalent to .
to take into the hand; to take up; to help
the pipe leading upward from the smoke box of a steam boiler to the chimney, or smokestack; a flue leading upward
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take up, take-up, takeup
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We are seeing a reduced vaccine uptake, for example with measles; reduced population immunity, for example with whooping cough; increased poverty and more people on the poverty line.
It was an unexpected uptake, which we never want to have, but fortunately the levels were low, well below even the threshold at which we would have been required to report the incident to the Department of Energy.
A "Bandwagon Effect" is a most common phenomenon wherein the rate of uptake of any beliefs and misbeliefs increases the more that those have already been adopted by others in the society. Shallow people will get carried away by what others do, and will always hop on the bandwagon. You mustn't get swayed by what others do or tell you to do, and mustn't jump on the bandwagon. You must stand with your own values, confidently, and without fluttering, even though you have to stand alone - because you are the Gold, and the Gold must maintain her Color, Character and Charisma that set the highest standards for others.
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