charge for

charge (something) for something

to set a price in payment for something. You are charging too much for this. You really shouldn't charge for it at all.
See also: charge
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It was the usual charge for an assault and battery on the person of Hiram Doolittle, and was couched in the ancient language of such instruments, especial care having been taken by the scribe not to omit the name of a single offensive weapon known to the law.
Verily, your lordship," said Robin, scratching his head, "I have enjoyed your company so much, that I scarce know how to charge for it.
In other towns in Italy the people lie around quietly and wait for you to ask them a question or do some overt act that can be charged for--but in Annunciation they have lost even that fragment of delicacy; they seize a lady's shawl from a chair and hand it to her and charge a penny; they open a carriage door, and charge for it--shut it when you get out, and charge for it; they help you to take off a duster--two cents; brush your clothes and make them worse than they were before--two cents; smile upon you--two cents; bow, with a lick-spittle smirk, hat in hand-- two cents; they volunteer all information, such as that the mules will arrive presently--two cents--warm day, sir--two cents--take you four hours to make the ascent--two cents.
The one time charge of $1,700,000 consists of a $1,500,000 non-cash charge for compensatory stock options awarded and $200,000 bonus paid in connection with the company's recent initial public offering.
The bond charge is a part of DWR's revenue requirement, which also includes a separate power charge for operations and maintenance expenses.
The pre-tax charges totaling $175 million that will be recorded in the quarter include: a $21 million restructuring charge for severance costs related to staff reductions in certain health plans; $22 million for asset impairment; $37 million for Medicare loss contracts in the Northeast and premium deficiency reserves for certain non-core health plans; $14 million related to FHS' Government Contracts Division; $32 million related to California operations and $49 million in various other charges.
The pretax charges totaling $175 million that will be recorded in the quarter include: a $21 million restructuring charge for severance costs related to staff reductions in certain health plans; $22 million for asset impairment; $37 million for Medicare loss contracts in the Northeast and premium deficiency reserves for certain noncore health plans; $14 million related to FHS' Government Contracts Division; $32 million related to California operations and $43 million in various other charges.
These transactions will result in the previously mentioned fourth quarter charge for early extinguishment of debt of approximately $8 million, after tax.
Operators can easily charge for MMS on the basis of the event size without charging for volume of either the MMS data or control overhead.
All financial information provided regarding the write off of goodwill, intangible asset write down and charge for inventory additional reserves, as well as anticipated operating loss and charge for reduction in force is preliminary and subject to change following completion of final accounting for the quarter and the independent accounting review of our records.
So we can handle more tonnage per hour, and we have accurate weights on every charge for every commodity.
Between 1989 and 1993, the charge for money orders increased at banks about the same percentage as did the increase in the CPI and by substantially more than that at savings associations.
Its products, FusionWorks Mediation, FusionWorks ActiveCharge and FusionWorks ActiveRate enable network operators with diverse networks to easily implement, manage, charge for, rate and bill sophisticated services - leading to enhanced profitability and quality of service.
Our products enable network operators to easily implement, manage, charge for, rate and bill sophisticated services - leading to enhanced profitability and quality of service.
Just five years old, the practice of charging post-consumer steel cans provides a cost-effective, high-quality charge for iron foundries.