Synonyms

1. stock-taking

noun. making an itemized list of merchandise or supplies on hand.

Synonyms

  • inventory
  • itemisation
  • stocktake
  • stocktaking
  • listing
  • itemization
  • inventorying

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Words that Rhyme with Taking Over

  • landrover
  • moreover
  • stover
  • snover
  • slover
  • grover
  • drover
  • clover
  • rover
  • kover
  • kovar
  • dover

2. leave-taking

noun. the act of departing politely.

Synonyms

  • going
  • leave
  • going away
  • leaving
  • valediction
  • farewell
  • departure

Antonyms

  • appearance
  • birth
  • inactive
  • enter

3. going-over

noun. a careful and thorough inspection.

Synonyms

  • examination

4. carry-over

noun. application of a skill learned in one situation to a different but similar situation.

Synonyms

  • generalisation
  • acquisition
  • stimulus generalisation
  • learning
  • transfer
  • stimulus generalization
  • transfer of training

Antonyms

  • illiteracy
  • upload
  • export
  • import

5. taking

noun. ['ˈteɪkɪŋ'] the act of someone who picks up or takes something.

Synonyms

  • pickings

Antonyms

  • ugly
  • repulsive

6. taking

adjective. ['ˈteɪkɪŋ'] very attractive; capturing interest.

Synonyms

  • attractive
  • winning

Antonyms

  • displeasing
  • uninviting
  • unattractiveness

7. over

adjective. ['ˈoʊvɝ'] having come or been brought to a conclusion.

Synonyms

  • complete
  • concluded
  • ended
  • terminated
  • all over

Antonyms

  • outside
  • inside
  • middle
  • end

Etymology

  • ofer (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. over

adverb. ['ˈoʊvɝ'] throughout a period of time.

Antonyms

  • connect

Etymology

  • ofer (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. over

noun. ['ˈoʊvɝ'] (cricket) the division of play during which six balls are bowled at the batsman by one player from the other team from the same end of the pitch.

Synonyms

  • part
  • maiden
  • play
  • maiden over
  • playing period
  • division
  • section

Antonyms

  • stay
  • unify
  • arrive
  • stand still

Etymology

  • ofer (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. over

adverb. ['ˈoʊvɝ'] over the entire area.

Antonyms

  • beginning

Etymology

  • ofer (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

Example sentences of the word taking-over


1. Noun Phrase
If the little pests are buzzing around your kitchen or taking over your garden, you don’t want to spend your day chasing them around with a fly swatter.

2. Noun Phrase
The findings of one study published in the April 2009 issue of the “Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine” suggest that taking over-the-counter melatonin supplements may help children with autism fall asleep faster.

3. Noun Phrase
In order to test the mechanisms inside the device, you need to ensure that you can maneuver the various switches without the VCR taking over automatically.

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