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    #1

    ...charged for / with

    One day, I was charged for theft.

    I was taught to use 'with' but is it wrong to use 'for'?

    Thanks.

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    Re: ...charged for / with

    Only 'with' is acceptable here, in my opinion..

    You charge someone (a sum of money) for a product or service.

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