Verb(1) have some of the qualities or attributes of something(2) have, give, or receive a share of(3) consume
(1) visitors can partake in golfing or clay pigeon shooting(2) In the early 19th century, lunch in the modern sense was mostly partaken of by women, the men (especially those in business and the professions) eating large breakfasts and large dinners, and little in between.(3) They both partake of an autumnal quality, a sense of approaching darkness.(4) Local issues were discussed and a question and answer session then took place after which the meeting concluded and all partook of the refreshments provided.(5) More obviously sexual and openly competitive than the other two kingdoms, partakers of animal remedies are concerned largely with their own survival and may talk about cruelty and aggression, jealousy and loss of attractiveness.(6) Marking the threshold between choir and nave, it represents the ├ö├ç├┐liminal zone which partakes of the qualities of both├ö├ç├û the realms it delimits.(7) When it terminates in such a mount, it partakes of the quality of that particular mount.(8) Refusing to partake of offered food or drink is considered a grave insult.(9) I have just partaken of the Devil's food: Maynards limited edition alcoholic-flavoured wine gums.(10) Everyone including all the Leaders partook in the following activities: Indoor Climbing Wall, Absailing and rock climbing and River Gorge walking.(11) Frank recalled that Gerard partook in all the sports activities and was top scorer in their indoor soccer tournament ├ö├ç├┐because he had such a low centre of gravity no-one could get the ball off him!├ö├ç├û(12) And although it be not always so plentiful as it was at this time with us, yet by the goodness of God, we are so far from want that we often wish you partakers of our plenty.(13) Among the activities they partook in were abseiling, exploring the local beach and climbing over the famous limestone mountains.(14) It isn't, as with digital effects, that some components of the shot are manufactured, while others are allegedly ├ö├ç├┐real├ö├ç├û; everything partakes of both qualities, through and through.(15) They were severely and suddenly attacked last night after partaking of a hearty supper.(16) Ye cannot drink the cup of the Lord, and the cup of devils: ye cannot be partakers of the Lord's table, and of the table of devils.