take uponRate this phrase:(3.00 / 1 vote)
He took it upon himself to check the reports.
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take up a collection, take up the cudgel for, take up the gauntlet, take up with, take with a pinch of salt, taking to ones heels, taking upon oneself, talent management, talk a blue streak
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