Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
The first thing you have to take into consideration is time.
It took a long time to take in what she was saying.
And we went before to ship, and sailed unto Assos, there intending to take in Paul: for so had he appointed, minding himself to go afoot.
Bend over backwards on the battlements, give it a kiss and don’t forget to take in the views.
Predatory dinosaurs appear to have developed birdlike respiratory systems able to take in large amounts of oxygen.
This morning they had a special car for me, bodyguard, which I didn't want to take in the beginning, said the Serb.
He included in his column of air the way convective updrafts carry heat up from the surface, a basic process that nearly every earlier calculation had failed to take into account.
It used to be in no mood to take into account, this rare opportunity to reward your fill of natural materials carefully.
And if you know how to take them apart, they're surprisingly compact - able, making them great to take in the backs of cars for road trips.
There is perhaps a kind of creative or rich inconsistency on this point that, it should be said, one also finds and needs to take into account in reading A Room of One's Own.