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Partake (partic. “partaken:” All's IV, 5, 11) 1) to take another's party, to side: “canst thou say I love thee not, when I against myself with thee p.?” Sonn. 149, 2.
2) to have part, to share; with in: not meaning to “p. with me in danger,” Tw. V, 90. “would not let him p. in the glory of the action,” Ant. III, 5, 9. With of: “if she had --n of my flesh,” All's IV, 5, 11 (i. e. had been my daughter). “you may p. of any thing we say,” R3 I, 1, 89 (== hear). Absol.: what, what, what? let's p. (== hear) Cor. IV, 5, 184. Trans.: “one may drink and yet p. no venom,” Wint. II, 1, 41. “thy bosom shall p. the secrets of my heart,” Caes. II, 1, 305.
3) to communicate: “your exultation p. to every one,” Wint. V, 3, 132. “our mind --s her private actions to your secrecy,” Per. I, 1, 153.
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