-in charge of e charged with-

Nota d'uso
Il verbo incaricare può essere tradotto in vari modi. Se si utilizza l'espressione “in charge of” o il verbo “to charge with”, bisogna fare attenzione alla costruzione grammaticale successiva: Fu incaricato del progetto, he was put in charge of the project (non He was charged with the project). Infatti, il verbo “to charge with”, con il significato di incaricare, non può essere seguito da un sostantivo, ma soltanto da una forma in -ing, ad esempio: He was charged with running the project.

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