have a fancy or particular liking or desire for;
"She fancied a necklace that she had seen in the jeweler's window"
develop a habit; apply oneself to a practice or occupation;
"She took to drink"
"Men take to the military trades"
- He took to studying English 5 years ago.
- The masonry of the old building began to crumble.
- She devoted her lifetime to the study of zoology.
- Now he resolved to take up productive labour.
- Children love to paddle at the beach.
- I seldom play chess, but I like to watch.
- The new computer program was a snap to learn.
- Fortunately, empathy is eminently easy to learn.
- take to heart 认真对待
- take to one's bed 上床
- take to one's legs 逃跑
- take to the road 出发(巡回各地...
- take objection to something 对某事提出异议,对某...
- take to one's heels 逃之夭夭
- take someone to task 责备某人
- take home to oneself 深刻领会,充分理解...
- take to task 责备
- take to itself wings 消失(迅速花掉)...
- take the opportunity for to do something 抓住机会做某事...
- take to the stage 上舞台(当演员)...
- take to the hills (口)逃跑后躲起来...
- take a child to Banbury Cross 将小孩放在膝盖上颠摇...
- take coals to newcastle 做徒劳无益的事(多此...
- take to 开始
- take the sacrament to 为 ... 庄严宣誓...
- take to bed 卧床
- take to pieces 拆散(拆卸)
- take something to heart 把某事放在心上,想不...