Charge en las noticias
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|
Modismos y frases →
Publicaciones y oraciones de ejemplo
· 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.
· 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.”
· 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.
· 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.
· 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.