Sentences with word «take»
A take is a single continuous recorded performance. The term is used in film and music to denote and track the stages of production. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)
Retailer has been trying to fund a take
private of the company, the success of which depends on its business performance
But as Bloomberg reports, Bank of England policy maker Adam Posen responded by calling the BIS's take
on inflationary threats to the global economy total «nonsense.»
In honor of Father's Day, Fortune spoke with experts in the advertising field and in academia, and got their take
on the best examples of «Dadvertising.»
If you asked the top salespeople in the world what makes them so successful they'll give you their take
on it, but it will not be the right answer.
Ferrazzi brings a refreshing take
on the importance of networking and the importance of using the power of relationships to become successful.
If you can illustrate to sales reps how they stand to increase their take
substantially as the economy picks up, you've got their attention.
All of the shops have a unique take
on vintage, so you are sure to find something that you absolutely love.
Here's the maverick entrepreneur's take
on how to make the most of those innovative ideas.