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Synonym of Take on board

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.:Mas_NDon English Indonesian Dictionary
take on board
my child #20

An English-Spanish Dictionary (Granada University, Spain), 14.4
take (+ Nombre) + on board (+ Nombre)
(v.) = asumir Algo, hacerse cargo de, adoptar Algo, aceptar Algo, incorporar Algo.
Ex: Library and information professionals need to take on board the recommendations of Roach and Morrison, translating them into policies and strategies to be acted upon.

take on + board1
(v.) = subir a bordo.
Ex: The following list shows items that can be taken on board and those that are prohibited.

take on + board2
(v.) = aceptar, asimilar, mentalizarse, enfrentarse, atajar, adaptarse, hacerse cargo, hacer frente.
Ex: It's not often that I take on board the views of the execrable Katrina Heuvel, but sometimes she inadvertently puts things in a highly useful perspective.

take on + board3
(v.) = incluir, aceptar, admitir.
Ex: She is English, highly skilled and very experienced, so much so that we decided to take her on board as a full-time employee.

Babylon English-Russian
take on board
понять, принять

English-Hungarian Dictionary
take on board
hajóra rak

Ivo Korytowski's English-Portuguese Translator's Dictionary version 19/3/13
take on board
levar em conta
Sopa no Mel

Australian Slang
Take on board
accept and use: “They took that idea on board”

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