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verantwortlich in English:

1. responsible responsible


Blindness is responsible for a staggering toll of poor health, suffering, and loss of dignity and diminution in the quality of lives of people worldwide.
My daughter is only 14 but she's very grown up and responsible.
I tried to explain to him that we were not responsible for his mistake, but he refused to listen.
responsible job
After fifteen years at a building firm, Bill Pearson was given the responsible position of area manager.
Etsy is responsible for Imogen of the Internet's entire economic viability.
Why would a university lecturer of all people end up responsible for a murder?
The adventurer grabbed his Uzi and set out to find the man responsible for stealing 12 million Mexican euros.
Yugoslavia says it's not responsible for the actions of Serbian militias in Bosnia which have killed thousands, ruined cities, and turned 1.3 million people into refugees over the last three months.
That would lead to the production of more carbon dioxide, the main gas responsible for global warming.
My oldest sister looked after us a lot, and learned to be responsible from a young age.
"It is far too easy pointed out to us, as if we are responsible for all environmental pollution.
Sharon is the perfect employee; hardworking and responsible
responsible job / Playful as a child, but responsible as an adult
I can always count on her because she is responsible.

English word "verantwortlich"(responsible) occurs in sets:

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2. liable


If you don't fix that dangerous step in your shop, you could be held liable when someone trips over it.
We are liable to err.
If you disagree with him, he is liable to get angry.
Manufacturers are liable for defects in their products.
A newborn baby is liable to fall ill.
In a similar situation, the company was held liable.
to be liable to civil, criminal, proceedings, to a penalty
The employee may be liable to a pecuniary penalty imposed by the employer.
The areas of town near the river are liable to flooding
Legally, he's 100% liable.
At 16 she was liable enough to be left at home alone.
In today's Europe, older women are especially liable to live in poverty.
The ​law ​holds ​parents liable if a ​child does not ​attend ​school. older women are especially liable to live in poverty.
cardholder may be liable to lose a great deal of money
Anyone who breaks this rule is liable to severe punishment.

English word "verantwortlich"(liable) occurs in sets:

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