To take or to have a drink
Tomar usually means to take, like tomar apuntes means to take notes.
If you mean to take a drink with me, then 'tomar un copa conmigo'
It means "I am going to take some photos."
Literally it means "To drink the sun", but the idiomatic translation would be "sunbathe".
"To take" is "tomar" in Spanish. He/she takes is "toma".
to sit = sentar or tomar asiento
* == *# heredar *# tomar herencia
Vamos a tomar. Or...tomaremos.
That means to take notes.
tomar mi libro - take my book
"Tomar" means to drink, (tomar ou beber). it also means : To take care of.. ( tomar conta de.. ) . / Tomar emprestado, ( To borrow, to lend) .... / Tomar uma atitude, uma desisão ( To make a decision) / Tomar uma resolução : ( Make up one's mind)
take notes = tomar apuntes
To drink can either be "tomar" or "beber". With ing? You mean the gerund? "Drinking" can be either "tomando" or "bebiendo".
cerveza=beer tomar=drink (as in beer, not water, but some hispanics, like me, use tomar for everything)
tomar means to take andar means to walk/run/ride
"Necesita tomar leche"
Voy a tomar una ducha.
You can either say "Agarrar" o "Tomar".
Can I have a beer? ¿Puedo tomar una cerveza?
Taking Advantage= Tomar Ventaja
Quieres algo de tomar?
It is a form of the Spanish verb "tomar", which primarily means "to take". "Tomas" is the second person singular present form, the "familiar". So...it means "You take".
You say, "Tomo la leche." 'Beber' in Spanish means 'to drink' but I've found that in Hispanoamerica, 'tomar' is used much more frequently to mean 'to drink.'
to take a nap= tomar una siesta
"Mayweather necesita tomar leche"