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responsibility

noun
 
 
/rɪˌspɒnsəˈbɪləti/
[C or U] something that it is your job or duty to deal with: responsibility to do sth As a board member, I have a responsibility to ask questions.responsibility towards sb We have a special responsibility towards our employees.responsibility for sth She will now assume responsibility for the Logistics Division. take/delegate/share responsibility
[U] blame for something that has happened: responsibility for sth I accept responsibility for the problems. The company denies responsibility for the disaster.
[plural] the things you are in charge of in your job: Those who survive redundancy may feel compelled to take on increasing responsibilities. Employees' increased responsibilities are not always recognized. →  See also corporate social responsibility , environmental responsibility , social responsibility
Traducciones de “responsibility”
en coreano 책임…
en árabe مَسْؤولِيّة…
en portugués responsabilidade…
en catalán responsabilitat…
en japonés 責任, 義務…
en italiano responsabilità…
en chino (tradicionál) 責任, 職責…
en ruso обязанность…
en turco sorumluluk, mesuliyet…
en chino (simplificado) 责任, 职责…
en polaco odpowiedzialność…
(Definition of responsibility from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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