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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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For example, under the new rules, certain services that are either specified in a revenue procedure or are low-margin services with an arm's-length mark-up of 7 percent or less may qualify for pricing under the Service Cost Method (SCM) and may be charged out with no mark-up.
Such foreign assistance charges must be tracked separately because, depending on the results of the taxpayer's comparability studies, the taxpayer may be required to mark-up the costs when they are charged out of the United States.