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/ˈtākˌōvər/,
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takeovers, plural;
  1. An act of assuming control of something, esp. the buying out of one company by another


  1. coup d'etat: a sudden and decisive change of government illegally or by force
  2. a change by sale or merger in the controlling interest of a corporation
  3. In business, a takeover is the purchase of one company (the target) by another (the acquirer, or bidder). In the UK, the term refers to the acquisition of a public company whose shares are listed on a stock exchange, in contrast to the acquisition of a private company.
  4. "Takeover" is a track recorded by Jay-Z for his 2001 album The Blueprint. The song is a diss track aimed at rappers Nas and Prodigy of Mobb Deep. Although never released as an official single, it is perhaps the best known song in the Jay-Z vs. Nas feud.
  5. Bone Thugs-n-Harmony is a hip hop music group, formed in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S., in 1991. It consists of rappers Krayzie Bone, Wish Bone, Flesh-n-Bone, Layzie Bone, and Bizzy Bone. Rapper Eazy-E of the group N.W. ...
  6. This is a list of episodes of the Dilbert animated series in the order that they were aired.
  7. The Takeover is a 1995 action film starring Billy Drago and Nick Mancuso as rival drug lords. David Amos and Gene Mitchell play good-guys who try to intervene in the turf war.
  8. The Takeover is a novel by the Scottish author Muriel Spark. It was first published in 1976.
  9. Method of extended carrying capacity which increases opportunities for one species by reducing opportunities for competing species. (Catton)
  10. If a Plan Sponsor offered qualified similar dental coverage to their members prior to being effective with a new carrier, the new carrier may "take over" certain aspects of the prior coverage. ...
  11. to exchange the ball with another teammate
  12. The purchase of one company by another. A takeover can be a friendly acquisition bid, where the management would cooperate in negotiating the best price, or it can be an unfriendly bid, where the management tries to use various defensive strategies to repel the bidder.
  13. Similar to a closer. One sales rep may take over for another in order to try to close the sale. A sales rep may ask for a TO in order to put a fresh voice on the phone who can try a different tactic to sell the customer.
  14. A term sometimes used to describe a cross-over movement where the player without the ball takes the ball from the dribbling player.
  15. An advanced strategy in which a ball carrier moving in one direction "drops" or abandons the ball so a teammate behind him can carry it in another direction.
  16. Republican political consultant Frank Luntz has proved his mastery in the framing of issues through words and phrases. For instance, he has promoted such terms as "death tax" (rather than "estate tax") and "energy exploration" (rather than "oil drilling"). ...
  17. Covering expenses arising from a successful defence against an unwelcome bid to take over or acquire control of the insured company.
  18. acquisition of the share capital of another firm, resulting in its identity being absorbed into that of the acquiror.
  19. To assume control or management of a corporation without necessarily obtaining actual title to it.
  20. An industry term that describes the process of reprogramming a monitored security system so that it dials a new central alarm monitoring station.
  21. When one company buys out the shares of another, with the purpose being to aquire and run the other.
  22. The acquisition of a controlling interest in a company by another company through the purchase of its shares.
  23. Player A has the ball and allows her teammate Player B to take the ball from her (this is an effective way of deceiving an opponent)
  24. A corporate action where an acquiring company makes a bid for an acquiree. If the target company is publicly traded, the acquiring company will make an offer for the outstanding shares.
  25. the transfer of control of a company.