|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|taking cara babies||1.79||0.1||2661||71|
|taking back sunday||1.34||1||6713||67|
|taking of pelham 123||1.07||1||3517||33|
|taking a screenshot||1.95||0.2||2480||21|
|taking the escalator||0.25||0.2||114||45|
|taking their criticisms to heart||1.03||0.6||4520||49|
|taking the reins||0.99||0.7||8265||78|
|taking a screenshot on windows||1.18||0.4||4184||90|
|taking screenshot on pc||0.12||0.8||2529||75|
|taking care of business||0.84||0.8||2096||34|
|taking care of business song||0.57||0.5||295||76|
|taking a shower||0.02||1||2338||9|
|taking the escalator therapy tools||1.98||0.3||6852||25|
|taking into account||0.52||0.7||2714||82|
|taking phone away||0.52||0.5||3995||64|
|taking the sun||1.14||0.4||6601||28|
1 to reach for and take hold of by embracing with the fingers or arms. take my hand, or we'll get separated in this crowd. Synonyms for taking. clasping, grasping, gripping, holding. Words Related to taking. clenching,What is the difference between “taken” and “taking”?
Essentially the difference is that with “taken”, the act of “caring” has already happened, whereas with “taking”, the act of “caring” is still in process. She has taken care of him for six months. She has taken care not to make any mistakes. I have been taking care of my sister all day. I am taking care of my sister at the moment.Is “taking” a noun or a continuous form?
The word “taking” is both a continuous form of the verb “take” and also a noun to refer to the act of “taking” something. The Cambridge Dictionary shows that there are many circumstances in which “taking” can be used, as shown in the examples below. I am taking lots of medication at the moment. She was taking a shower when you called.What is a state of being taken?
the state of being taken. something that is taken. an action by the federal government, as a regulatory ruling, that imposes a restriction on the use of private property for which the owner must be compensated. captivating, winning, or pleasing. Archaic. infectious or contagious.