take the liberty to do (something)(redirected from take the liberty to)
take the liberty to do (something)
To do something without first seeking out or asking for someone's permission. I took the liberty to print out some financial reports ahead of today's meeting. I hope you don't mind, but I took the liberty to tell your husband you'd be late for dinner.
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take the libertyventure to do something without first asking permission.
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take the liberty
To dare (to do something) on one's own initiative or without asking permission: I took the liberty to send you these pictures of my vacation.
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