Something taken on a field? - New York Times Crossword Answers
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To flee or escape to some place. The suspect took to the swamp in a desperate effort to evade the police. To make use of a particular public platform to express something.
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The politician took to social media to complain about the way her words had been misrepresented. The police are taking to local television stations to appeal for information about the suspect. To begin doing something as a habit, hobby, pastime, or steady practice. My husband has taken to gardening now that he's retired. I've been taking to cycling to work as a way of getting a bit more exercise.