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    #1

    Meaning

    Folks,
    What is the meaning of the expression " take to the character"
    as in this example:
    I TOOK TO THE CHARACTER WHO ......................
    Thanks,
    Mauricio


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    #2

    Re: Meaning

    Without full context - probably that you like the person.

    It really would be better to give us the full sentence.


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    #3

    Cool To anglika

    Here it goes:
    " I learned it for about six weeks but didnīt take to it.But I really took to the character who played the cello in my Dadīs group.I thought he was a very cool guy when I was six or seven."


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    #4

    Re: To anglika

    Quote Originally Posted by Mauricio67 View Post
    Here it goes:
    " I learned it for about six weeks but didnīt take to it.But I really took to the character who played the cello in my Dadīs group.I thought he was a very cool guy when I was six or seven."
    "take to" = develop a liking for

    "the character" = [slang] the person

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