take–charge

play
adjective \ˈtāk-ˈchärj\

Definition of take–charge

  1. :  having the qualities of a forceful leader <a take–charge executive>

1954

First Known Use of take–charge

1954


TAKE–CHARGE Defined for English Language Learners

take–charge

play
adjective \ˈtāk-ˈchärj\

Definition of take–charge for English Language Learners

  • : having the qualities of a forceful leader : able to make decisions in a confident way and then act on them


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