prendre les choses en main – French expression

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prendre les choses en main — to take charge — Mot du Jour

prendre les choses en main – to take the things in hand. In everyday French,rendre les choses en main means to do everything in one’s power to get something done, to take charge.

  • « Simone Veil était une femme admirable. Elle a vraiment pris les choses en main quand elle était ministre de la santé. »
    • “Simone Veil was a formidable woman. She really took charge when she was Minister of Health.”
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