take from

take from
Synonyms and related words:
abate, abrade, abridge, abstract, bate, belittle, bereave, bleed, compress, curtail, cut, cut back, cut down, cut off, damp, dampen, decrease, deduct, deflate, depreciate, depress, deprive, deprive of, derogate, detract, detract from, diminish, disentitle, disparage, divest, downgrade, drain, ease one of, eat away, erode, extract, file away, impair, leach, lessen, lighten one of, lower, milk, mine, minimize, pare, purify, reduce, refine, remove, retrench, roll back, rub away, scale down, shorten, simplify, step down, subduct, subtract, take away, take away from, tap, thin, thin out, tune down, wear away, weed, withdraw, write off

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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