English translation of 'endosser'
Verb Table transitive verb
1. [uniforme, tenue] to put on ⧫ to don
2. [responsabilité] to take ⧫ to shoulder
3. [chèque] to endorse
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Après l'élimination de l'Iran, le Croate a tenu à endosser toute la responsabilité de l'échec.Le Monde (2001)
Ces maires gardois ne veulent pas assurément endosser les responsabilités et ne comprennent pas la colère des populations.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Moi, on m'a fait endosser, quand je suis arrivée, les 32 milliards de déficit de la Sécurité sociale.Les femmes politiques
Vite, se doucher, se changer à nouveau, endosser sa panoplie de prince.Marie Claire
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'endosser' in Other Languages
British English: shoulder VERB
If you shoulder the responsibility or the blame for something, you accept it.
He has had to shoulder the responsibility of his father's mistakes.
Translation of endosser from the Collins French to English
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