take after
Verb

take after

  1. To resemble (a parent or ancestor) in appearance or habit.
    She takes after her grandmother with her wide eyes and quiet disposition.
  2. To follow someone's example.
Translations
  • French: tenir de, ressembler
  • German: nachgeraten
  • Portuguese: parecer, parecer-se com, puxar a
  • Russian: походи́ть
  • Spanish: parecer
Translations
  • Russian: сле́довать



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