Word:

To take place

To come to pass; to occur; as, the ceremony will not take place.
To take precedence or priority.
To take effect; to prevail.
- Addison.

See also: Place Place Place

Translate To take place to Spanish
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To take hold of
To take horse
To take huff
To take in
To take in hand
To take in with
To take into one's confidence
To take it in snuff
To take keep
To take measures
To take notice of
To take off
To take offense
To take on
To take one's measure
To take order for
-- To take place --
To take pleasure in
To take possession
To take potluck
To take rank of
To take shape
To take shipping
To take sides
To take sight
To take soil
To take steps
To take stock
To take stock in
To take stock of
To take the air
To take the back track
To take the bull by the horns
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