Grammar Patterns

V n with n

II.20 The 'charge' group

These verbs are concerned with believing or saying that someone has done a particular thing or has a particular characteristic.
He must credit me with strength I don't have.
The preposition with is sometimes followed by an '-ing'clause.
We're going to charge you with allowing your premises to be used to supply heroin.
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