If you want to be fluent in English, then you need to know phrasal verbs!
‘Take’ appears in many phrasal verbs. Here are several uses of the verb.
Take to – adopt as a habit; develop a liking for
Take something over – succeed to the management or ownership of
Take somebody or something for – consider to be, especially wrongly suppose to be
Take somebody down – lower his pride
Take something down – lower
Take something back – withdraw something (one has said)
Take something out on somebody - Treat an innocent person badly because you are tired or angry about something else
Take somebody through something - Explain something to somebody in detail
Take somebody up on something - Accept an offer or invitation
Take something up with somebody - Complain to someone about a problem