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take charge (of)

  • 1 take charge

    1) принять управление, командование, взять управление в свои руки; взять на себя инициативу, ответственность

    But Bee was not well for a while, so I took charge of the babe. (K. S. Prichard, ‘Child of the Hurricane’, ch. XXXIII) — Би еще не совсем окрепла, и мне пришлось взять на себя заботу о ребенке.

    Advertising... is the effort of business men to take charge of consumption as well as production. (W. Lippmann, ‘Drift and Mastery’, ch. IV) — Реклама... это попытка бизнесменов прибрать к рукам не только производство, но и потребление.

    Wolff saw that the Sergeant had taken charge of the situation. (S. Heym, ‘Of Smiling Peace’, ch. III) — Вольф понял, что сержант стал хозяином положения.

    2) потерять управление, выйти из-под контроля (об автомашине и т. п.)

    He had never driven in a worse fog, and with a road so steep, so curving, so slippery with snow, he could not save their lives if the car skidded and took charge. (S. Lewis, ‘World So Wide’, ch. 12) — Хею никогда не приходилось ездить в таком тумане и по такому крутому подъему, извилистому и скользкому от снега. Если бы машина забуксовала и потеряла управление, то поездка могла бы кончиться печально.

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  • 2 take charge of

    v.
    abrazar v.

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  • 3 take charge of

    de leiding nemen over, zich belasten met

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  • 4 take charge of

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  • 5 take charge of

    take v charge of die Leitung [Verantwortung] übernehmen; in Verwahrung nehmen

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  • 6 take charge of

    взять ответственность; брать ответственность

    take the charge of — брать на хранение; принимать управление

    took charge of — взял ответственность; брал ответственность

    to take charge of — взять на себя ведение, руководство

    to take in charge — арестовать, взять под стражу

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  • 7 take charge of

    cover charge — плата «за куверт»

    to take in charge — арестовать, взять под стражу

    to take charge of — взять на себя ведение, руководство

    took charge of — взял ответственность; брал ответственность

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  • 8 take charge

    1) ((with of) to begin to control, organize etc: The department was in chaos until he took charge (of it).) overtage ledelse
    2) ((with of) to take into one's care: The policeman took charge of the gun.) tage sig af; tage i forvaring
    * * *
    1) ((with of) to begin to control, organize etc: The department was in chaos until he took charge (of it).) overtage ledelse
    2) ((with of) to take into one's care: The policeman took charge of the gun.) tage sig af; tage i forvaring

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  • 9 take charge

    1) ((with of) to begin to control, organize etc: The department was in chaos until he took charge (of it).) hacerse cargo de algo
    2) ((with of) to take into one's care: The policeman took charge of the gun.) encargarse de
    v.
    encargar v.

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  • 10 take charge of

    1. возглавлять; принимать управление; брать на хранение; заботиться
    2. возглавить
    Синонимический ряд:
    assist (verb) assist; attend to; minister to; nourish; nurse; serve; take care of; tend; wait on

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  • 11 take charge

    1) ((with of) to begin to control, organize etc: The department was in chaos until he took charge (of it).) taka við stjórn; taka að sér
    2) ((with of) to take into one's care: The policeman took charge of the gun.) taka í sínar hendur

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  • 12 take charge

    1) ((with of) to begin to control, organize etc: The department was in chaos until he took charge (of it).) átvesz
    2) ((with of) to take into one's care: The policeman took charge of the gun.) magához vesz

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  • 13 take charge

    1) ((with of) to begin to control, organize etc: The department was in chaos until he took charge (of it).) tomar conta
    2) ((with of) to take into one's care: The policeman took charge of the gun.) encarregar-se de

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  • 14 take charge

    idareyi al
    * * *
    1) ((with of) to begin to control, organize etc: The department was in chaos until he took charge (of it).) yönetimi ele almak, iş başına geçmek
    2) ((with of) to take into one's care: The policeman took charge of the gun.) ele geçirmek

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  • 15 take charge

    1) ((with of) to begin to control, organize etc: The department was in chaos until he took charge (of it).) prevzeti nadzor
    2) ((with of) to take into one's care: The policeman took charge of the gun.) prevzeti odgovornost

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  • 16 take charge

    1) ((with of) to begin to control, organize etc: The department was in chaos until he took charge (of it).) ottaa huolehtiakseen
    2) ((with of) to take into one's care: The policeman took charge of the gun.) ottaa huostaansa

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  • 17 take charge

    1) ((with of) to begin to control, organize etc: The department was in chaos until he took charge (of it).) ta ledelsen
    2) ((with of) to take into one's care: The policeman took charge of the gun.) ta i forvaring, ta seg av

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  • 18 take charge

    1) ((with of) to begin to control, organize etc: The department was in chaos until he took charge (of it).) assumersi la responsabilità, entrare in carica
    2) ((with of) to take into one's care: The policeman took charge of the gun.) incaricarsi di

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  • 19 take charge

    1) ((with of) to begin to control, organize etc: The department was in chaos until he took charge (of it).) die Verwaltung übernehmen
    2) ((with of) to take into one's care: The policeman took charge of the gun.) in Gewahrsam nehmen

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  • 20 take charge

    1) ((with of) to begin to control, organize etc: The department was in chaos until he took charge (of it).) przejmować dowodzenie, przejąć kontrolę
    2) ((with of) to take into one's care: The policeman took charge of the gun.) zaopiekować się

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