[ US /ˈɪnˌteɪk/ ]
[ UK /ˈɪnte‍ɪk/ ]
  1. the act of inhaling; the drawing in of air (or other gases) as in breathing
  2. the process of taking food into the body through the mouth (as by eating)
  3. an opening through which fluid is admitted to a tube or container
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How To Use intake In A Sentence

  • A higher intake was found to boost the chances of survival in 500,000 patients by up to 20 per cent. The Sun
  • There are now many more women - a third of our current intake - but class remains an issue.
  • Instead, segregation has continued despite the fact that some of Oldham's most monocultural schools have been closed and merged since the riots, while others have been moved to different areas to seek a mixed intake. Oldham schools still polarised 10 years on from race riots
  • Comparison of voluntary food and water intake and digestion in Kirk's dik-dik and suni. Chapter 11
  • It will analyze and graph your daily intake and compare it with the recommended dietary allowances set by the government.
  • The BMW M6 has deeper front valance with air intakes for the engine and brakes, more contoured sills and rear valance that includes a diffuser to increase aerodynamic efficiency.
  • Even bigger increases in iodine intake came in the 1960s, when iodinated additives, sterilizing agents and food colorings began to be used in industrial bread, milk and cereal production.
  • Companies will pledge to reduce salt by about 15% in a step towards the government target of an adult's daily intake not exceeding six grams. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was the only year with the chrome spheres on the trunk as shown in the picture along with that year two tone coves on the sides and a "washboard" fake air intake looking but nice hood. Why does this man want to have sex with his mother anyway?
  • Chemists and bacteriologists verified the dangerous levels of microorganisms at all four of the city's intake points along the lakefront.
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