v.take a step (and begin to run, chase, etc.); walk briskly
walk briskly away
They sprang into a run and seized that boy in no time.
The thief immediately took to his heels at the sound of the approaching foot.
v.get away; extricate oneself; leave (one's work)
It's too complicated, it's hard to get out of it if you get involved in it .
- "拔" and "腿" can be combined as one word, or be used separately with other elements inserted.
He took to his heels and ran away.
He can't get away, because there are too many things to do.
With so many things to do, he can't get away.