Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Taking"

The meaning of "Taking" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Taking apart mean?
A: separating objects from one another. 'Separation' is another word for it
Q: What does Taking on mean?
A: "To take on" means to try, or to take responsibility for doing something.

"I will take on this project." = I will do this project / I will take responsibility for doing this project

Example sentences using "Taking"

Q: Please show me example sentences with >> Taking a travel
Please give some similar sentences to me..
A: “taking a travel” in that form wouldn’t normally be used in a sentence. You are more likely to hear “traveling” or “taking a trip/vacation.”

example with traveling:
“I am traveling to New York this summer.”

example with taking a trip:
“I am taking a trip to New York this summer.”

If you are talking about a long time (a week or so) staying at a place, you can also use “going on a vacation.”
“I am going on a vacation to the USA.”
“I am going on a vacation soon.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with Taking over .
A: i am taking over the project. you are longer in charge.

emotions are taking over the decision making process, making us more prone to making mistakes.

Translations of "Taking"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Taking off
A: Taking off

Other questions about "Taking"

Q: Taking a shower is refreshing.
Q: Taking and talking with them
does this sound natural?
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