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What is the opposite of take out?



EwelinaEwelina
Japan

What is the opposite of take out?
 
My son was was solving a crossword yesterday and asked me this question and I didnïŋ―t know the answer. The crossword puzzle comes from 
https://bogglesworldesl.com/opposite_verbs.htm
 and there is no answer key. 
This is the screenshot from the site.
 
Thank you in advance, 
E. 

16 Sep 2022      





TeacherARG
Argentina

Bring in.
Good luck!

16 Sep 2022     



kohai
Latvia

Hi TeacherARG, 
Nice to see you on ESLP. I guess you didnīt do the crossword, did you? IMHO, "bring in" is not the answer.
I did the crossword and I suppose that there is a mistake. Having in mind the letters we get from other words, I could come up only with “put away” which doesn’t sound correct at all.:(

16 Sep 2022     



cunliffe
United Kingdom

If you take something out of a box, then put it back in is the opposite. If you take something out of, say, a cupboard, or a wardrobe, etc, then afterwards, you put it away. So  put away is the right answer. 

Edit: an example from school: take your books out, put your books away. 

16 Sep 2022     



kohai
Latvia

Thank you, Lynne, for your help and examples. Happy to learn from you!:)

16 Sep 2022     



TeacherARG
Argentina

Kohai,
I just checked there were 7 letters! My bad. SORRY Ewelina!
 
Iīve been around for almost 3 years!
 
 

16 Sep 2022     



kohai
Latvia

@ TeacherARG,
Of course, you have been on ESLP for some years, the same as on Liveworksheets! Just the latter has benefited from your presence far more.

P.S. "Bring in" also has got 7 letters, hasnīt it?Wink

17 Sep 2022     



EwelinaEwelina
Japan

Thank you so much for your answers.

17 Sep 2022     



cunliffe
United Kingdom

Yes, and bring in is certainly a valid opposite of take out. 
I would give some examples but people have probably moved on from this now.  

17 Sep 2022     



PhilipR
Thailand

put back?

20 Sep 2022     



kwsp
United States

DINE IN or EAT IN! 😋😋😋 🥡🥡🥡🥡🥡🥡🥡🥡🥡 Do you want to dine in, or would you prefer take out?

21 Sep 2022     

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