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Colocaciones de ejemplo

depth charge Carga de profundidad
free of charge Gratis
put in charge Puesto a cargo
take charge Hacerse cargo
took charge Se hizo cargo

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Publicaciones y oraciones de ejemplo
The Guardian
· Scott Morrison says Australia will halve rate of international arrivals during coronavirus crisis  
Prime minister says states will charge people for two-week hotel quarantine as Covid-19 cases climb
The New York Times
· In Turkey's Soccer League, the Super Lig's Giants Face a Reckoning  
“Inviting a TV commentator, someone in a wheelchair, to be in charge of recruitment and analysis.” Terim got away with it because he is Terim.
Washington Post
· Authorities search for ‘Glee’ star believed to have drowned  
Co-star Mark Salling, who Rivera dated at one point, killed himself in 2018 at age 35 after pleading guilty to child pornography charges.
· Uber lets some California drivers set their own prices  
“Those drivers who are charging 2X and not getting as many rides will eventually lower their rates so they can earn more revenue.”
Seeking Alpha
· Fee-Free And Passive Trading Are Distorting Price Discovery: Neville  
Neville said that people selling out of active funds that charge high management fees and reallocating into passive is a bullish thing for the market.
· Yemen fuel supplies 'weaponised', putting millions at risk  
It charged that the coalition had for more than 90 days been preventing 15 tankers delivering 420,000 tonnes of petrol and diesel to the southwestern port of Hodeida.
Yonhap News
· Father of late triathlete calls for new law to protect athletes against abuse  
Before her death, Choi Suk-hyeon had sought criminal charges against members of her semi-pro club at Gyeongju City Hall in Gyeongju, some 370 kilometers southeast of Seoul.
Washington Post
· Asia Today: Australia’s Victoria state has record 288 cases  
Queensland, to the north, charges travelers 2,800 Australian dollars ($1,900) for their two weeks in hotel quarantine, making Sydney are more attractive destination for Queenslanders to land from overseas.
The New York Times
· Your Friday Briefing  
What happened: Mr. Golge was held in prisons, alongside military officers, judges and prosecutors, before moving to solitary confinement and facing charges of overthrowing the government and Constitution, which carried a life sentence.