take down (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb take down (2).

Meaning: to remove something that's fixed to a wall, like a picture or a poster

For example:

  • take down sth Let's take down all our pictures and posters before the painters get here.

  • take sth down The notice has been on the bulletin board for 30 days already, so it's time to take it down.

Nouns often used as objects with take down (2): picture, painting, poster, curtain, wall hanging, notice

Quick Quiz:

Christmas decorations are usually taken down

a. just before Christmas

b. soon after Christmas

c. all through Christmas

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Contributor: Matt Errey