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take to

1.have a fancy or particular liking or desire for
2.develop a habit

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    have one`s feet on the ground
    to be practical or sensible
    The new sales manager has his feet on the ground and is a very good manager.

    John: 'Your advice this morning was much appreciated.' Sue: ________

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