“Take over”: phrasal verb meaning.

Take over
Take control over something. If something takes over your life it becomes a very important part of your life, more important than anything else.

Other examples of “Take over” phrasal verb in a sentence

  • Supermarkets have taken over Britain’s food system.
  • They want to take over the business and change everything.
  • The new manager is taking over total control of the company.

“Take over”: use in context explanation

Dick comes into the bathroom and he can’t believe his eyes. Gina is on the toilet with her mobile phone. She recently takes her mobile phone everywhere but taking it to the bathroom is too much. Dick thinks she is addicted to her mobile and the phone has completely taken over her life. She should definitely reduce the use of her mobile.