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    to be charged with

    Hi,


    Is there any verb that could be replaced with the underlined one in the sentence below?



    The simulation module is charged with a realistic reproduction of the activities and flows that occur inside the terminal.

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    Re: to be charged with

    Quote Originally Posted by Sepmre View Post


    Is there any verb that could replace the underlined one in the sentence below?



    The simulation module is charged with a realistic reproduction of the activities and flows that occur inside the terminal.
    Consider replacing 'is charged with a realistic reproduction of' with 'reproduces'.

    'The simulation module reproduces the activities and flows....'

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