Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Responsibility"

The meaning of "Responsibility" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to have responsibilities to someone mean?
A: it's like if you bought a dog you have a responsibility to that dog to take care of him because you bought him. you have to feed him and give him a bath and play with him. it's your responsibility
Q: What does I'll take full responsibility mean?
A: ​제가 모든 책임을 지겠습니다
Q: What does to duck responsibility mean?
A: In this sense, "to duck" means to shirk or to avoid doing something.
Q: What does They are committed to global responsibility initiatives that make our world better. mean?
A: They want to make the world (society) a better place to live, by having programmes that help work together. Instead of working for themselves.

Example sentences using "Responsibility"

Q: Please show me example sentences with future, responsibility,as ...as.
A: Cám ơn bạn rất nhiều .Mong bạn giúp đỡ mình nhiều hơn.
Q: Please show me example sentences with take responsibility for something.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with Can "responsibility" be used as plural ?.
A: As a parent, you have a lot of responsibilities over your child.

This position entails responsibilities most people would shy away from.
Q: Please show me example sentences with responsibility.
A: It is your responsibility to look after your little brother, if you don't something might happen to him.
It used to be my responsibility to take care of my granny when she was sick,but now when she has recovered she doesn't need my help anymore.
Every single soldier's responsibility is to protect his motherland.

Synonyms of "Responsibility" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between responsibility and duty ?
A: They are almost the same thing and could be interchangeable. Here's some examples:
It is my responsibility to clean up after myself.
It is my duty to do good to others. (responsibility seems to imply having to account for some things, while a duty seems to be more of a sort of task or job)
Another example: They have kitchen duty this Thursday. (They have the job or task of working in the kitchen)
Q: What is the difference between responsibility and obligation ?
A: So, a responsibility is something you can be held accountable for. ... Being responsible means you have a sense of moral or ethical duty to something or someone which may imply an obligation to do something. An obligation is simply a mandate to do something that does not connote any moral or ethical dimension
Q: What is the difference between "I have to take the responsibility of my action" and "I have to take the responsibility for my action" ?
A: correct: "I have to take responsibility for my actions."

("the" is incorrect here, so both options in the question are incorrect)
Q: What is the difference between responsibility for ... and responsibility towards... ?
A: You would feel responsibility normally for an action, and towards a person or an organisation. Example, I must take responsibility for filling up my water & electricity bills. But I feel a sense of responsibility towards my family.
Q: What is the difference between responsibility and accountability ?
A: When you are responsible for doing something, it means you have to do it. 책임지고 하다.

When you are accountable for something, it means you will be asked for its consequences. 책임을 묻다.
e.g.,

I'm responsible for taking my dog for a walk everyday.

I'm accountable for my actions.

Translations of "Responsibility"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? His responsibilities include providing his family food by hunting
A: His responsibilities include providing his family with food by hunting.

OR

His responsibilities include hunting in order to provide his family with food.


Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? responsibilities
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? responsibilities and opportunities
A: @SadekSalem: Here's me saying it, accents are different though depending on where you are in the states:)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? responsibility
A: @SOAHR:
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Other questions about "Responsibility"

Q: I'll take on the responsibility.
I'll take on you (我將會挑戰你)
I'll take on the employee does this sound natural?
A: 第二个因该说 I'll take you on
Q: "To whom do we most owe responsibility?"
What does this question mean? And how can it be answered?
這句話什麼意思,可以怎麼回答?
A: It sounds like it is asking who you are most responsible for taking care of.

If your responsibility is to your children, then you are responsible to take care of your children. In other words, it is your duty to take care of them.

If you have no children and no spouse, then your responsibility may be only to yourself. You have no one to take care of except for yourself.

If you have elderly parents, then your responsibility may be to them. You are responsible to take care of them.

If you are the butler of a rich person, then your responsibility is to him.

If you are the King of Norway, then your responsibility is to the Norwegian people.
Q: It is me who has to take the responsibility. does this sound natural?
A: Yeah, that sounds fine. But most English speaker will say "it's" unless speaking formally. "It is" sounds too stiff and awkward, but it isn't incorrect
Q: He has said such responsibilities should fall to either him or anyone else except me. does this sound natural?
A: Either "He has said before that such responsibilities should fall to him or anyone else except me."
Q: What does "live up to responsibility" mean ?
A: Also, to give an example... If a kid accidentally broke something, "living up to responsibility" would be telling his parents he broke it, even if he knows he might get in trouble. (Not living up to responsibility would be lying and blaming it on their pet dog)

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