Put on whoever's in charge.

Vivian0925

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mandarin
i read gone girl and found a sentence i didn't understand.
Nick: i'm at the station right now.
Marybeth: put on whoever's in charge, Nick. Please.
what's the red word meaning in this context?
 
  • User With No Name

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    If it's a phone conversation, I think Marybeth is telling Nick to put the person who is in charge at the station on the phone. (That is, to hand the phone to the person in charge so that Marybeth can talk to him/her.)
     

    Vivian0925

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    mandarin
    If it's a phone conversation, I think Marybeth is telling Nick to put the person who is in charge at the station on the phone. (That is, to hand the phone to the person in charge so that Marybeth can talk to him/her.)
    thank <you> :)


    Edited to write out 'you' in full. Cagey, moderator
     
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