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Definition of 'take to the road'

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But regular walkers take to the road for reasons other than health. Times, Sunday Times (2012)About 18 million vehicles will take to the road over the next four days. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It reckons just 16.5million cars will take to the road - a fall of 1.5million on 2007 when petrol was 17p a litre cheaper. The Sun (2008)Either way, it seems that those who pass on their first attempt may be more rash once they take to the road. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Motorists have been warned to expect delays today as more than five million drivers take to the road amid forecasts of heavy rain and snow. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Another common conviction among drivers is that riders should be tested before they take to the road. Times, Sunday Times (2013)For the confusion and multitude of thoughts that drove you to take to the road, it substitutes the simple fact of walking. The Times Literary Supplement (2016)About four million will take to the road despite expected average delays of an hour and a half. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I vowed to take to the road myself and complete at least a stretch of the poet's original walk. The Times Literary Supplement (2015)

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