One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Set out on a journey or series of journeys.
- ‘It was with a refreshed sense of purpose that they took to the road again.’
- ‘She took to the road with the candidate, and threw herself into every aspect of the campaign, down to the candidate's wardrobe and hair.’
- ‘On the heels of his last album ‘Gone In The Head’, Wally and his band are taking to the road again with a new show.’
- ‘A celebration of life on the islands off Kerry's coast is now taking to the road.’
- ‘Even better, the producers became willing participants in Browne's most ambitious projects when the programme took to the road.’
- ‘The play was part of the Dublin Fringe Festival, and now takes to the road for a nationwide tour which includes two performances in Sligo on April 23 and 24 at the Hawk's Well Theatre.’
- ‘The story follows the adventures of a desk cop who, when his ex-wife is viciously murdered and his beloved daughter kidnapped, takes to the road after the perpetrators.’
- ‘The energetic troupe of performers from the Open Door Drama Group in Laois will once again be taking to the road.’
- ‘The imro Showcase Tour, Ireland's longest running national music showcase tour, takes to the road again in March.’
- ‘About two dozen artists are taking to the road in key electoral battleground states in hopes that their music can sway undecided voters to join their cause.’
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