charge out

charge out

To move hastily from a particular place; to rush out. We charged out when we heard the sirens approaching.
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charge out (of some place)

to move quickly or stomp out of some place. Carol charged out of the house, trying to catch Sally before she got on the bus. Juan got mad and suddenly charged out.
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Depending on the competitive nature of the market, both new construction sets and charge outs can be free or covered by a customer charge.