in charge of


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in charge of (something)

In control or having authority over or responsibility for something. Who's in charge of operations here? I want to speak to the person who makes the decisions. Mom said I'm in charge of chopping the carrots.
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in charge of

Having control over or responsibility for: You're in charge of making the salad.
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All of the proposals to dismantle INS and create two separate bureaus would have a person in charge of each bureau.
The directors in charge of INS's eight Service Processing Centers (30) will also report directly to INS headquarters, instead of to the District and Regional Directors whose positions will be eliminated under the new restructuring plan.
With only three full-time officers, however, the Border Patrol welcomes the INS presence, said Mike Molloy, patrol agent in charge of the county office.
As part of his expanded role, Junik is in charge of all aspects of protecting classified information and gear for the company.
There is usually a king in charge of the ring, and the vendors have to give him some of their money,'' Meyer said.
Drew, formerly Vice President and General Manager for Network Enable Division of Unisys Corporation, has been with INS since July, 1994 and was in charge of world-wide Sales and Marketing.