intake in·take n

intake in·take n
['ɪnˌteɪk]
1) (Tech: of air, water, gas) immissione f
2) (quantity: of pupils) (numero di) iscrizioni fpl , (of workers) (numero di) assunzioni fpl , (of food) consumo

try to limit your intake of salt — cerchi di limitare il consumo di sale

this year's intake of students — gli studenti iscritti quest'anno


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