Idioms

take to (something)
to begin the work or job of something, to learn something easily, to do well at something
The man took to the job of administrator and was a great success.
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  • take to one's heels
  • take to the woods
  • take turns (doing something)
  • take umbrage at (something)
  • take up (clothes) or take (clothes) up
  • take up (something) or take (something) up
  • take up (something) with (someone)
  • take up (space or room)
  • take up (time)
  • take up a collection
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  • bring down the house
  • every cloud has a silver lining
  • make up one's face
  • a free hand
  • in a jiffy
  • like a ton of bricks
  • read up on (someone or something)
  • hit the high spots
  • in point of fact
  • do (someone) out of (something)

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