Synonyms of take to in English:

take to


See definition of take to

phrase

1‘after being mugged a few months back, he had taken to carrying his money in different parts of his clothing’

SYNONYMS
make a habit of, resort to, turn to, have recourse to, begin, start
formal commence
ANTONYMS

stop

2‘Ruth took to Mrs Taylor the moment she opened the door’

SYNONYMS
develop a liking for, like, get on with, become friendly with
informal take a shine to
ANTONYMS

dislike

3‘the dog has really taken to hurdles racing’

SYNONYMS
become good at, develop an ability for, develop an aptitude for, be suitable for
develop a liking for, like, enjoy, become interested in