Informal Possessing or exhibiting strong qualities of initiative, leadership, and management: "take-charge people who are the center of all the action” ( George F. Will). (adjective)
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Use "take-charge" in a sentence
"Mrs. Laudeman said in her strong, take-charge voice."
"Sean Hannity is a power bottom, a bossy little take-charge beeyotch."
"In other words, Greenberg was old school, a take-charge owner who did what he wanted."