take charge of


take charge of
take charge of
To assume the care or control of
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Main Entry:charge

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  • take charge — (of (something)) to do something to control a situation or organization. Germany, Switzerland, and France still have the best teams, and they will take charge of these games. When the union needed someone to clean up its finances, I took charge… …   New idioms dictionary

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