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to be in charge of sth.


Definition (British English)

be, in, charge, of
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Definition (American English)

be, in, charge, of
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be, in, charge, of
Merriam Webster


be, in, charge, of
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etw. in Obhut haben



in, Obhut, haben

Forum discussions containing the search term

hollow charge - HohlladungLast post 30 Apr 06, 13:06
"Hollow charge" seems to be translated literally.3 Replies
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congestion charge - StaugebührLast post 09 Jan 08, 22:49
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to be in charge ofLast post 28 Oct 09, 12:39
kann man das nur für Subjekte benutzen oder auch für Objekte? Es geht bei mir um ein Fließba…13 Replies
floating charge - schwebende SchuldLast post 01 May 08, 12:59
Der Begriff floating charge wird im Bereich der Kreditsicherheiten fuer Unternehmen im brit.…7 Replies
homesick - heimwehkrankLast post 02 Apr 09, 17:31
heimwehkrank ist kein im Deutschen genutztes Wort. Man sagt genauso wenig liebeskummerkrank.…7 Replies
charge-cycle duct - der LadungwechselkanalLast post 21 Feb 17, 20:35
Ladungswechselkanal2 Replies
to be in charge *to do something*Last post 11 Feb 03, 12:58
Yesterday, while cleaning up, I found an old exam paper from English class in school. The se…3 Replies
to be right - Vollkommrecht habenLast post 23 Mar 07, 13:46
"Du hast ja vollkommrecht!" // "You are absolutely correct!" I assume that in the above sent…2 Replies

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