charge in

charge in(to)

To rush quickly and perhaps haphazardly into a room, building, or other space. As soon as the kids finished the outdoor activities, they came charging into the house for birthday cake and presents. Everyone, please walk calmly inside once the doors open—don't just charge in.
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charge in (to some place)

to move quickly or run wildly into a place. The people charged into the store on the day of the sale. They all charged in trying to be first in line.
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Lightning results when negatively charged clouds induce a positive charge in the objects below them.
If York County chooses to negotiate a new rate somewhere between the current rate and the INS desired rate, which costs identified in question 1B must be considered and which can be ignored to determine the lowest acceptable rate to charge INS?