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What is another word for take to?

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To go or move towards something, or in a given direction
“The young man's desperate act of defiance prompted inhabitants to take to the streets to demand change.”
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To begin, or fall into, the habit of
“It has been observed that some children take to the habit of smoking and drinking practiced by their parents, siblings and friends while others do not.”
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To (begin to) take pleasure or satisfaction in, or from something
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“Olajuwon was asked to play basketball at the University of Houston, where he began to take to the game of basketball.”
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To develop an ability or aptitude for a given skill
“What amazes me is how quickly they take to caring for an elderly person who has to be cleaned, dressed, and sorted out.”
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To develop a good relationship with
“Geese do not take to each other readily like fowls, turkey and duck.”
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To have great affection for
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Take up with
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Be naturally friendly or well suited
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(clausal, followed by for or about) To place an emphasis of concern, interest or importance on someone or something
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Become very involved in
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To acquire something, usually over a period of time
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Stay with
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To consume, especially an illicit substance
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To prefer, desire, or choose to have something
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To accept, support, or take on as one's own (an idea or a cause)
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To get, or make, accustomed to a given condition or situation
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To hold and perform the expected duties of (a post or role)
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