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Chefsache

  
Chef•sa•che      f  
etw zur Chefsache erklären      to make sth a matter for decision at the top level  
das ist Chefsache      it's a matter for the boss  
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
etw zur Chefsache erklären exp.
to make sth a matter for decision at the top level

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exp.
it's a matter for the boss
"Chefsache": examples and translations in context
Das leibliche Wohl der Gäste ist in der „Goste" Chefsache. Our house is well known for the culinary delights prepared with the loving hands of our two women chefs.
Das soziale Engagement von Wall ist "Chefsache". Corporate social responsibility at Wall AG is a top-level domain.
Mit Sorge sehe ich nämlich, dass die Reform des Pakts zur Chefsache gemacht wird. Indeed, it is with sorrow that I look upon the Pact's reform being turned into a.
Von daher haben Sie zu Recht auch Beschäftigung, Wirtschaftsreform, Wachstum und sozialen Zusammenhalt gebündelt und zur Chefsache gemacht. That is also why you have rightly drawn together employment, economic reform, growth and social cohesion and made them issues for top-level action.
Fünftens: Die europäischen Vertreter müssen die Doha-Runde beim G8-Gipfel unbedingt ansprechen und das Thema so zur Chefsache machen. Fifthly, it is absolutely vital that the European representatives to the G8 summit should raise the subject of the Doha round and put it at the top of the agenda there.
Weiterbildung ist nicht etwa Chefsache, sondern etwas, worum sich Mitarbeiter vorrangig selbst kümmern müssen. Eduniversal nominated the leading 27 schools - three drawn from each of nine geographic regions - following research that identified the top 1,000 business schools.
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