What does "Be in charge of " mean?
To "be in charge of" something or someone means to be managing or responsible for something or someone. In this case, the speaker has used this expression to mean that she is responsible for a lot of "candy people." We use this when we want to express that our position holds a lot of responsibility. Ex: I am in charge of my whole family as I'm the oldest. Ex: As the manager, I am in charge of the five people.
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