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    she has used the stature of her office

    Hi there, "She has used the stature of her office to take on a big challenge that faces América. She has asked the question, what are you eating?" What do " used the stature of her office'' and "take on" mean? Do you have synonyms? thank you.

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    Re: she has used the stature of her office

    Quote Originally Posted by carla guaraldi View Post
    Hi there, "She has used the stature of her office to take on a big challenge that faces América. She has asked the question, what are you eating?" What do " used the stature of her office'' and "take on" mean? Do you have synonyms? thank you.
    It means she has used the importance of her position as a platform from which she is trying to solve a major problem.

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