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To take the bull by the horns

to grapple with a difficulty instead of avoiding it.
- W. D.Howells.

See also: Bull

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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 --
To take the chair
To take the field
To take the name of God in vain
To take the offensive
To take the place of
To take the reins
To take the trouble
To take the veil
To take the wall
To take the wind
To take the wind out of one's sails
To take time by the forelock
To take to
To take to heart
To take to task
To take to the heels
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