Meaning of とってつけた in Japanese

It seems that とってつけた(tottetsuketa) is an inflection of とる with the following forms:
  • て-つける form.
  • Ta form: indicates the past tense.
  1. Words

Definition of とってつけた

  1. (v5r, vt) to take (a photo)

    Will you record this program on video for me?

  2. to record (video, audio, etc.); to make (a film)
  1. (v5r, vt) to take; to pick up; to harvest; to earn; to choose

    You'd better eat everything that's on your plate.

  2. to steal →Related words: 盗る
  3. to eat; to have (a meal) →Related words: 摂る
  4. to remove (one's glasses, etc.)
  5. to compete (in sumo, cards, etc.); to play
  1. (v5r, vt) to take; to catch (fish); to capture

    I caught three fish yesterday.

  1. (v5r, vt) to adopt (measure, proposal)

    In the midst of the dollar falling hard against the Yen and other major Eastern currencies the Chinese Yuan, with China effectively taking a 'dollar peg' policy, has become cheap.

  2. to pick (e.g. fruit); to catch (e.g. insects); to take (e.g. a sample)

    Please leave a urine sample in this cup.

  3. to assume (attitude)
  4. to take on (i.e. hire); to engage
  1. (v5r, vt) to take (trouble); to attend (to business); to command (army)
  1. (v5r, vt) to take (nuance of stealing) →Related words: 取る
  1. (v5r, vt) to have (lunch, etc.); to take (vitamins, etc.) →Related words: 取る

    I usually have dinner at seven.

  1. (v5r, vt) to harvest (a crop) →Related words: 採る
  1. (v5r) is being

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