be in charge

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be in charge(
bi
 
ihn
 
charj
)
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (general)
a. estar al cargo
Who's in charge here?¿Quién está al cargo aquí?
b. estar a cargo
I'm in charge of a team of scriptwriters who work on the series on a daily basis.Estoy a cargo de un equipo de guionistas que trabajan diariamente en la serie.
c. encargarse
Who was in charge of the food?¿Quién se encargaba de la comida?
d. ser el encargado (masculine)
Talk to Matt, he's in charge of the store now.Habla con Matt, ahora él es el encargado de la tienda.
e. ser la encargada (femenine)
Beth is in charge of planning their wedding. Luke didn't lift a finger.Beth es la encargada de planear la boda. Luke no movió un dedo.
f. estar encargado
I was in charge of buying the sandwiches for the party.Estaba encargado de comprar los sándwiches para la fiesta.
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