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kaven-ever

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Chinese
Is the saying "as custodian of something" right? I've heard several times, always thought it might be that "a" was omitted when speaking too fast, but find some writings online in the pattern of "as custodian of...". I think the right form should be "as a/the custodian of" since custodian is countable. What do you think?

Thanks for any reply.
 
  • MuttQuad

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    English - AmE
    "As custodian of" is perfectly normal to describe a custodial relationship between a person and another person and/or physical or financial or intellectual property.
     
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