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charge

1. verb To replenish a battery by connecting it to an electrical source. I have to charge my phone because the battery just died. When my car wouldn't start this morning, I had to call a service to help me charge the battery.
2. noun Control or authority over someone or something. To convey this meaning, the phrase "in charge" is typically used. With this promotion, you will be in charge of the entire department. You need to take charge of this situation before it gets out of control.
3. noun Strong feelings of excitement. I get such a charge from singing on stage that I doubt I'll be able to sleep tonight!
4. noun A drug-induced high. Be careful taking that stuff—I got too much of a charge from it last time.
5. noun A dose or portion of a drug. I just need a little charge—isn't there anything you can give me, man?

charged

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Francis Gerald Mullen, aged 39, of Cleveland Street, Birkenhead, charged with being drunk and disorderly in a public place and breaching an interim anti-social behaviour order ?
These charged reaction products ionize the fill gas producing charged particles that are subsequently detected.
If the Justice Department's interpretation of the PATRIOT Act is accepted by the courts, any lawyer who represents a terrorism suspect can be charged with a crime if the government claims his client's directives also represent the directives of the terrorist organization the client is accused of serving.
Since the foam pad has a high electrical resistance compared with the grounded metal mold surface, the charged label has a greater affinity for the mold and transfers from the foam pad to the mold when the vacuum is switched off.
In addition, there sometimes are intermediate "shoulder" periods where the KWH are charged somewhere in between the high "on peak" rate and the lower "off peak" rate.
14] For Sixth Amendment purposes, however, any attempts, other than passive listening, [15] to gain incriminating information from an accused regarding crimes charged, whether overt or covert, are deemed deliberate elicitation and will require a waiver or the presence of counsel.
Read them over carefully to see which fees have been charged to your account.
Analysis of the fees charged in connection with deposit accounts must, at the very least, account for the distinctions among noninterest checking accounts, NOW accounts, and savings accounts.
The size of a legal bill generally is much more a function of the hours that are expended than the hourly rate charged.
Franklin's thundercloud probably wasn't highly charged.
Physicists have long assumed that the same equality holds between the electron and positron (the electron's positively charged, anti-matter counterpart) and between the proton and antiproton.
As a result, physicians who have historically charged Medicare beneficiaries a lesser amount will continue to be limited on the basis of these lower charges.
The timer-enable input can disable the timer when the battery is charged at the same time that current is supplied to the system.
These groups can dissociate, meaning that a positively charged hydrogen ion leaves the fiber surface and becomes dissolved in the adjacent water.
Harter, who is free on a written promise to appear in court, is charged with two counts of felony animal cruelty and misdemeanor charges of battery on an animal control officer, creating a public nuisance, running an illegal kennel, animal endangerment, keeping animals in unsanitary conditions and failing to isolate sick animals.