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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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The alleged assailant was charged with Aggravated Murder/Prior Calculation and Design, Aggravated Murder of a Police Officer, Carrying a Concealed Weapon, and Having a Weapon While Under a Disability.
* Davis Greer, 32, of Marion, was charged with home invasion in the 1200 block of Enterprise Way on July 3.
The remaining 12, who cannot be named for legal reasons, have also been charged with varying offences.
In a BSS, a depleted EV battery system is replaced with a fully charged battery system in several minutes, and the depleted batteries are stored on a centralized charging platform.
Li-Ion batteries need to be charged in a distinct way to make sure that the current, voltage, temperature, power, and energy limits are never crossed.
Roselia DelRosario, 36,of 9 Kingston Common Road, Worcester, was charged with trafficking in heroin.
This cable lets users see at a glance when their Apple mobile device is fully charged.
Under 12s: Club charged with one case of player misconduct, two of spectator misconduct, 15 of misconduct by linesman or club officials, eight players sent off.
"This charging station is part of the developing smart grid, which uses the latest in communications and technology to offer travelers using Jacksonville Airport an integrated and remotely operable option to ensure their cars are charged upon their return," said Alex Sivar of King Airport Parking.
At least it doesn't take 16 hours like it does for a lift truck battery to be charged, cooled and sent back to work.
The Charging Station's LED lights glow blue while charging and the light goes off when the remotes and DSi/DSi XL units are fully charged. Wii and DSi gamers will enjoy simplicity and convenience of the Induction Charging Stations, especially after a vigorous gaming session.
3 : to give a task, duty, or responsibility to <I was charged with supervising the children.>
Brazilian police on Friday officially charged two ExelAire Legacy 600 pilots with endangering aircraft safety in the Sept.
1.166-1(c)) is recoverable only in part, the IRS may allow the amount that has become worthless as a deduction only to the extent charged off during the tax year (specific charge-off method).
Furnace lids and covers may be as simple as single piece units that cover the exposed surface area whenever metal is not being charged into or ladled out of the furnace.