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abandon to leave behind with no plan to return or take possession again; desert. [1/3 definitions]
absorb to take in or soak up. [1/2 definitions]
abstain to choose not to take part in a decision. [1/2 definitions]
accept to take when given; receive willingly. [1/4 definitions]
acrobat a person who can do physical acts that take balance and skill.
administer to manage, take care of, or be in charge of. [1/3 definitions]
adopt to take on and use as one's own. [1/3 definitions]
adventurous willing to take risks in order to find excitement; daring. [1/2 definitions]
aircraft carrier a very large ship with a flat deck on which airplanes can take off and land.
airport a large area of level land where airplanes can land and take off.
airstrip a landing strip or cleared area where aircraft land or take off; runway. An airstrip usually is not paved and does not have the workers or equipment of an airport.
alternate to take turns (usually followed by "with"). [1/7 definitions]
antacid a substance people take to settle an upset stomach. Antacids work by reducing the strength of the acids that cause the upset.
ASPCA a national organization whose purpose is to take care of lost or stray dogs, cats, and other small animals. This organization tries to find people to adopt these animals as pets. ASPCA is an abbreviation for "American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals."
aspirin a drug used to take away pain and bring down fever. [1/2 definitions]
assume to suppose (something) to be true without knowing the actual facts; take for granted. [2/3 definitions]
astronaut a person trained to take part in space flight.
attend to take care of; tend. [1/4 definitions]
babysit to take care of children while their parents are away.
bacteria microscopic organisms that often play a role in the decay of living things, the process of fermentation, and sometimes in causing disease. Bacteria are each made up of only one cell, but different kinds of bacteria can take different shapes. These organisms live in all parts of the earth including oceans, deserts, glaciers, hot springs, and in the bodies of most living things. While some kinds of bacteria are dangerous, most kinds are useful because they help in the digestion of food, in the making of soil, in the creation of medicines, and in many other natural processes.
bat1 to take one's turn in baseball as a batter. [1/3 definitions]