Synonyms of take something on in English:

take something on


See definition of take something on

phrase

1‘he took on additional responsibility’

SYNONYMS

undertake, accept, take on oneself, tackle, turn one's hand to, adopt, assume, shoulder, embrace, acquire, carry, bear, support

informal have a go at

2‘in this polarized society, even the narrowest psychological study took on political meaning’

SYNONYMS

acquire, assume, come to have, come by

ANTONYMS

abandon, give up