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Verb: take after  teyk ãf-tu(r)
  1. Be similar to a relative
    "She takes after her father!"
  2. Imitate in behaviour; take as a model
    "Teenagers take after their friends in everything";
    - follow

Derived forms: taking after, takes after, taken after, took after

Type of: copy, imitate, resemble, simulate