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The meaning of Charging

tʃɑːdʒ

Charging – definition

verb

Demand (an amount) as a price for a service rendered or goods supplied.

Usage examples:

Wedding planners may charge an hourly fee of up to £150
verb

Formally accuse (someone) of something, especially an offence under law.

Usage examples:

They were charged with assault
verb

Entrust (someone) with a task as a duty or responsibility.

Usage examples:

The committee was charged with reshaping the educational system
verb

Store electrical energy in (a battery or battery-operated device).

Usage examples:

The shaver can be charged up and used while travelling
verb

Rush forward in attack.

Usage examples:

The plan is to charge headlong at the enemy
verb

Place a heraldic bearing on.

Usage examples:

A pennant argent, charged with a cross gules
noun

A price asked for goods or services.

Usage examples:

Our standard charge for a letter is £25
noun

An accusation, typically one formally made against a prisoner brought to trial.

Usage examples:

He appeared in court on a charge of attempted murder
noun

Responsibility for the care or control of someone or something.

Usage examples:

The people in her charge are pupils and not experimental subjects
noun

The property of matter that is responsible for electrical phenomena, existing in a positive or negative form.

Usage examples:

Water molecules are not only attracted to each other, but to any molecule with positive or negative…
noun

A quantity of explosive to be detonated in order to fire a gun or similar weapon.

Usage examples:

Smaller charges, fired on three minute fuses lit by hand
noun

A headlong rush forward, typically in attack.

Usage examples:

A cavalry charge
noun

A device or bearing placed on a shield or crest.

Usage examples:

The swan is found in heraldry as a charge, a crest, supporters, and as a badge.
verb

Present participle of charge

Usage examples:

How much/what do you charge for a haircut and blow-dry?, the bank charged commission to change my t…

Charging translation into English

Charging: translate from English into Chinese

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收费, 炉料

Charging: translate from English into Dutch

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Opladen

Charging: translate from English into French

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Mise en charge

Charging: translate from English into German

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Aufladen

Charging: translate from English into Hindi

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चार्ज, आक्रमण, इएल्क्ट्रिक सामग्री चार्ज होना

Charging: translate from English into Italian

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Carica

Charging: translate from English into Korean

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충전 중

Charging: translate from English into Russian

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Зарядка, Зарядный, Заряжающий, Загрузочный

Charging: translate from English into Spanish

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Cargando

Word origin

Middle English (in the general senses ‘to load’ and ‘a load’), from Old French charger (verb), charge (noun), from late Latin carricare, carcare ‘to load’, from Latin carrus ‘wheeled vehicle’

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