1. He takes the total of money in the Piggy Bank.
  2. He takes the total of money into the Piggy Bank.
  3. He takes the total of money into Piggy Bank.
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    And what are your thoughts on the topic? – npst Mar 7 '18 at 13:01
  • What do you mean by take? – Lambie Mar 7 '18 at 14:49
  • @npst i thought the first, but the money is inside, all them can be ok or all them can be wrong, i don't know – Orici Mar 7 '18 at 14:51
  • @Lambie I'm develop a program, I use 'getMoney' to know if the Piggy Bank has a quantity of money, only to get some information, but I need another verb as 'take' to refer to the action of reduce the amount of money available, in this sense of a person gets these quantity – Orici Mar 7 '18 at 15:07

To take money out of a bank; He took 1,000 pounds out of his bank account.

  • He took out all the money in the Piggy Bank.
  • He took all the money out of the Piggy Bank
  • He took the total amount out of the Piggy Bank.

Idiom: to take money out of an account or bank or to take out money from an account.

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