charge at (someone or something)

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charge at (someone or something)

To aggressively rush toward someone or something, as to attack. The crowd gasped as the bull charged at the matador. When that obnoxious guy charged at me, I ducked, and he ended up punching the wall.
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charge at someone or something

to move quickly forward to attack someone or something. The elephant charged at the hunter. I was afraid that the water buffalo was going to charge our vehicle.
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References in classic literature ?
Athos and Aramis charged at the head of their squadrons; Aramis with sword and pistol in his hands, Athos with his sword in his scabbard, his pistol in his saddle-bags; calm and cool as if on the parade, except that his noble and beautiful countenance became sad as he saw slaughtered so many men who were sacrificed on the one side to the obstinacy of royalty and on the other to the personal rancor of the princes.
He's not charged at all, your worship,' replied the officer.
In the case of this account, the estimated average monthly fee charged at banks increased substantially, from $3.
The timer-enable input can disable the timer when the battery is charged at the same time that current is supplied to the system.
According to Shirvani, the steel cans charged at Case replace 30-40% of the necessary copper, without spending a cent on tin.
GEM Power provided three prototype charging units to Redlands PD and over a 30-day period officers used the chargers in their squad cars and in the station to keep their portable radio batteries reliably charged at all times.