To take the liberty of doing something
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to take the liberty of doing something: to do something that will have an effect on someone else, without asking their permission
Philip took the liberty of booking theatre seats before asking his wife if she wanted to go.
- "I have taken the liberty of including my resumé with this letter, as I will soon be looking for work."
- "I have taken the liberty of attaching the contact information of a consulting group which organizes Corporate Team-Building events at reasonable prices."
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