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Past tense for to be in charge or command of
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Past tense for to look after and make decisions about
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(of a discussion or meeting) Past tense for to preside over
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(of a meeting or seminar) Past tense for to exercise authority or control over; to preside over
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Past tense for to exercise authority or power over
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Past tense for to look after and make decisions about
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Past tense for to look after and make decisions about
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Past tense for to look after and make decisions about
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Past tense for have power and influence over
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Past tense for to look after and make decisions about
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Past tense for to direct or influence the behavior or development of
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Past tense for to exercise authority or power over
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Past tense for to regulate the speed or amount of something given or administered
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Past tense for to exert influence over or dictate the outcome of
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Past tense for to plan out usually with subtle skill or care
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Past tense for act as an official in charge of something, especially a sporting event
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Past tense for to act as chairperson at
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Past tense for to manage
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Past tense for to look after and make decisions about
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Past tense for to conduct or control the affairs of
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Past tense for be in charge of
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Past tense for to oversee a test or exam
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Past tense for to be the editor of a publication
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Past tense for to take charge of, especially on behalf of another
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Past tense for to perform a (usually religious) ceremony
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Past tense for to govern or rule over
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Past tense for to preside over a meeting, discussion, etc
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(of a shop or business) Past tense for to own or manage
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Past tense for to drive danger or attack away from
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Past tense for to provide an opening explanation or announcement for
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Past tense for to organize and carry out
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(of a meeting, function, etc.) Past tense for to conduct or organize
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Past tense for to give (someone) orders in a domineering manner
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Past tense for to take care or charge of, especially on behalf of another
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To have been in charge or command of
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(of a discussion or meeting) To have presided over
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