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    To step into ....

    Are the following sentences correct?

    To step into sb's responsibility
    To step into Sb's job

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    Re: To step into ....

    Quote Originally Posted by s_doroodi View Post
    Are the following sentences correct?

    To step into sb's responsibility
    To step into Sb's job
    You can "step into somebody's job", but we generally say that we "take on somebody's responsibilities".

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