take charge

[ teyk-chahrj ]SEE DEFINITION OF take charge

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TAKE CHARGE

She seemed to take charge, to adopt me with the house, to accept and audit and vouch for us.

You need have no scruple to take charge of it; it relates not to myself.

Take charge of it, Wade, and see that it is added to the common fund.

A gentleman has promised to take charge of you, and do for you more than we can.

Turkeys are violent eaters, and must therefore be left to take charge of themselves in general, except one good feed a day.

You can get Mrs. Preston to come and take charge of the house while we are gone.

The neighbor was lame, and the Boy thought he was going to take charge of the neighbor.

A squad of sailors passed on the double to take charge of the buffet.

He then invited his widowed sister to live with him and take charge of his child.

He was directed to take charge of the station at Goose Creek.

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