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Hi,
I would like to know the meaning of this idiom or just verb here:

'He was resisiting giving me the money so I hit him upside the head and just TOOK IT.'
Does it mean that after I hit him I took the money or that after I hit him he understood?

Thanks in advance, Jo.
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He just took it = he did not resist or try to avoid the blow.
Confusing: not clear if it's he or I who took it.

I: I took the money
He: see MM's answer
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AnonymousHi, I would like to know the meaning of this idiom or just verb here: 'He was resisiting giving me the money so I hit him upside the head and just TOOK IT.' Does it mean that after I hit him I took the money or that after I hit him he understood? Thanks in advance, Jo.
Although the "I" is not required, it might be clearer to you if I say: "He was resisting giving me the money so I hit him upside the head and I just took it". "It" being "the money". It means after you hit him, you took the money.
I would agree with you, Tidus
took it = I took the money

CJ
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Yes, sorry-- my mind somehow interpolated a he before took in the original sentence. Ah, senility...