Frequent question: What does taking someone up mean?

What does it mean to take someone up?

to accept an offer or invitation from someone: I think I’ll take him up on his offer of a free ticket.

What does taking you up mean?

(take someone up on something) to accept an offer or invitation that someone has made. I’ve decided to take you up on that job offer.

Will take you up on your offer?

If you take someone up on their offer or invitation, you accept it. If you take a person up on something, you ask them to explain something that they have just said or done, for example because you think it is wrong or strange.

How do you use take up in a sentence?

1. She was unable to take up the London posting. 2. activities take up too much of our time.

What does take your word for it mean?

I’ll take your word for it!: I will believe you, trust you (without needing any more evidence)!

Can I take you up on your offer meaning?

If you take someone up on their offer or invitation, you accept it. If you take a person up on something, you ask them to explain something that they have just said or done, for example because you think it is wrong or strange.

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What does Imma take you down mean?

verb To ruin, sabotage, or destroy someone or something or their chances for success. A noun or pronoun can be used between “take” and “down.” A number of organizations have been trying to take the senator down for his ties to the gun lobby.

What does I could take you mean?

It means that you think that you can beat somebody else at something. For example, if your friend thinks that he is really good at football (soccer), and you think that you are better or at least on the same level, then you could say, “I could take you”.

When people say might?

You use might to indicate that there is a possibility that something is true, but you cannot be certain. She and Robert’s father had not given up hope that he might be alive. You might be right. You use might to indicate that something could happen or be true in particular circumstances.