Synonyms of 'shoulder'
to accept (blame or responsibility)He has to shoulder the consequences of his father's mistakes.
to push with one's shoulderHe shouldered past her and opened the door.
See a shoulder to cry on
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in the sense of accept
to take on the responsibilities of
Everyone told me I should accept the job.
in the sense of assume
to undertake or take on
She will assume the role of Chief Executive.
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