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bat1 in baseball, to take one's turn as a batter. [1/4 definitions]
bath (often pl.) an establishment where people go to take a bath or to obtain therapy. [1/4 definitions]
bathe to take a bath. [1/6 definitions]
be to take place or happen. [1/8 definitions]
bear1 to take upon oneself or accept as a duty or obligation. [1/8 definitions]
befall to take place; happen. [1/2 definitions]
bell to expand and take the shape of a bell. [1/4 definitions]
bend to make (something) take on a curved or angular form, or a different form. [2/10 definitions]
betake to take (usu. oneself) somewhere.
bite to take the bait. [1/18 definitions]
blind to take away (one's) judgment. [1/12 definitions]
boarding school an elementary or secondary school at which the students live as well as take classes.
borrow to take or receive (something) with the intention of returning it or something equivalent to it. [3 definitions]
break the ice to take successful initial actions. [1/2 definitions]
breathe to take breaths so as to make a noise. [1/10 definitions]
bridle to react with anger; take offense. [1/5 definitions]
bring to take, lead, or carry toward the speaker or from one place to another. [1/3 definitions]
bystander someone who is present at an occurrence only by chance or does not take part in it.
candid camera a small simple camera with a fast lens used to photograph unposed subjects or take informal pictures.
can-do reflecting an eagerness to take on something combined with the belief in one's ability to accomplish it.
cannibalize to take apart (a vehicle or other machine) so as to use the parts in other vehicles or machines. [1/4 definitions]