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charger

  
      vt  
     [+camion, voiture]   to load
     [+fusil, caméra]   to load
     [+batterie]   to charge
     [+personne]  
charger qn de qch        (pour une tâche ponctuelle)    to put sb in charge of doing sth, to give sb the responsibility for sth  
     (pour un rôle, un poste)    to put sb in charge of sth  
charger qn de faire qch        (pour une mission, un rôle)    to put sb in charge of doing sth, to give sb the responsibility of doing sth  
     (pour un simple service ou message: demander)    to ask somebody to do sth  
Paul m'a chargé de vous dire que la clé est sous le paillasson.      Paul asked me to tell you that the key's under the mat.  
      vi     (MILITAIRE)   to charge  


charger (se)  
      vpr/vi  
se charger de qch      to take care of sth  
Mon assistant se charge de l'aspect légal et je m'occupe de l'aspect financier.      My assistant takes care of the legal side and I look after the financial side.  
En général, elle prépare les sauces et je me charge des desserts.      She usually makes the sauces and I look after the puddings.  
Vous n'avez pas besoin de faire quoi que ce soit: nous nous chargeons de l'organisation de votre voyage.      You don't have to do anything: we take care of all the arrangements for your trip.  
se charger de faire qch, Je me charge d'envoyer les cartons d'invitation.      I'll send the invitations.  
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
v.
charge (to)
[Sport]; [Football]
v.
load (vt.,vi.) ; charge (vt.,vi.) ; ask (+inf.) (vt.,vi.)
v.
take care
[Bus.]
v.
charge fairly (to)
[Sport]; [Football]
v.
charge unfairly (to)
[Sport]; [Football]
v.
1. exaggerate 2. weigh someone down with work 3. get drunk
[Fam.] 1. exagérer 2. accabler (quelqu'un) de travail 3. s'enivrer
v.
charge from behind (to)
[Sport]; [Football]
v.
charge an opponent (to)
[Sport]; [Football]
exp.
to put sb in charge of doing sth
exp.
to put sb in charge of sth
exp.
to give sb the responsibility for sth
exp.
to take care of sth
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'charger' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
v.
charger
[Bus.]
v.
charger
v.
charger
exp.
charger
v.
charger
v.
se charger
v.
se charger
exp.
se charger de
v.
charger son rôle
exp.
charger qch avec
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