take placephrase

  • ja〔事前に計画されたことが〕行われる[開催]される
  • ento happen

Examples

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1.
There's a finance guy with a broken dong?
2.
Methinks some 'Wolf of Wall Street'-style shenana-googles have taken place this day.
3.
Anyone care to wager a guess as to how this happened?
4.
Yeah, I bet he dipped it in a pile of cocaine, got it real numb, and then hit a croquet ball with it.
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1.
I've been watching you, the way you look at the world, the way you experience things.
2.
I'm clean.
3.
If you were clean, this conversation wouldn't even be taking place.
4.
You'd have reported me already.
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1.
The exchange is taking place at Granger Bay.
2.
You sure?
3.
Jess got a tip-off.
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1.
Nora, I have to say that your account of this marriage takes place in an alternate reality.
2.
By suddenly moving to L.A. and insisting on an L.A. residence, Nicole is withholding Henry.
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1.
Half of the meetings take place over golf, tennis, and a bunch of clubs,
2.
where I’m not allowed to be a member, or even enter.
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1.
Anna.
2.
James.
3.
You famously host the celebrated Met Gala that takes place in Manhattan each year.
4.
Celebrities from all walks of life are desperate to get a ticket.
5.
Everyone from Beyoncé to George Clooney attends.
6.
So my question is, who would you never invite back to the Met Gala?
7.
Donald Trump.
8.
That is a great answer.
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1.
'See' takes place about 600 years after a viral apocalypse.
2.
Those who survive are left blind.
3.
And the world has gone back to a tribal culture.