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responsibility /rɪˌspɑːnsəˈbɪləti/  

  • noun
    plural -ties
    [noncount] :the state of being the person who caused something to happen
    He accepted full responsibility for the accident. [=he admitted that the accident was his fault]
    The boys denied any responsibility for the damage to the fence.
    A terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the bombing.
    a duty or task that you are required or expected to do [count]
    Mowing the lawn is your responsibility.
    It is your responsibility to give the company two weeks notice if you decide to leave.
    A teacher's most important responsibility is to help her students. = A teacher's first responsibility is to/toward her students. [noncount]
    In her new positionshe will have much more responsibility.
    [count] :something that you should do because it is morally right, legally required, etc.
    We have a responsibility to protect the environment.
    The government's responsibility is to serve the public.
    [noncount] :the state of having the job or duty of dealing with and taking care of something or someone
    The principal has responsibility for 450 students and a staff of 35.
    [noncount] :the quality of a person who can be trusted to do what is expected, required, etc.
    She is completely lacking in responsibility.
    The boy developed a sense of responsibility with his first job.
    on your own responsibility
    To do something on your own responsibility is to do it without being told to and to accept the blame if it has a bad result.
    He changed the schedule on his own responsibility.