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担当, たんとう

  • tantō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • (in) charge (of an area of responsibility, but not necessarily supervision of staff)

Examples of 担当,たんとう in a Sentence

John covers the Kanto area and Taro covers the Kansai area.
I am in charge of the book department.
My uncle is in charge of the third-year class.
You won't have to take charge of that.
Who is the person in charge?
Engineering service will be taken up by the Japanese company.
He was in charge of preparing a magazine for publication.
Please forward this message along with the seminar information to the appropriate managers in your firm.
He is the minister responsible for the environment.
You will be in charge of the babies in this room.

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