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  1. taking in

    The act of brailing up and furling sails at sea; generally used in opposition to setting. (See FURL and SHORTEN.) Also said of a ship when loading.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of taking in in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of taking in in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of taking in in a Sentence

  1. Iran Trump:

    We're taking in billions of dollars; we're not paying for it.

  2. John Ratey:

    When you exercise, you turn on the attention systems, so that means you're( paying) better attention, you're able to deal with more frustration, you're able to stay with it longer, you're able to manipulate information by turning... on the front part of our brain to make it work better, and that's really key and important in terms of taking in information as well as performing with it.

  3. Channan Petrides:

    Cystic fibrosis feels like having a plastic bag over your head and breathing through a straw, so a lot of patients who have transplants have to learn to breathe again because they aren’t used to taking in that much air.

  4. Nilim Baruah:

    Employers have been taking in workers on an annual basis, that deployment has not been able to take place because of movement restrictions.

  5. Pat Keon:

    It was a good week overall, net inflows just shy of $16 billion with all four asset groups - money markets, taxable bond funds, muni bond funds, and equity funds - taking in net new money.

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    the act of passing from one state or place to the next
    • A. witness
    • B. nuisance
    • C. transition
    • D. perusal

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