charge (something) (up) to (something)

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charge (something) (up) to (something)

To pay for something from a specific account or category of funds. When you're traveling, just charge everything up to your company account. A: "Will I get reimbursed if I charge this plane ticket to my personal card?" B: "Just charge it to petty cash instead."
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charge something up to someone or something

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to place the cost of something on the account of someone or a group. (Also without up.) I will have to charge this up to your account. Do you have to charge this to my account? Are you ready to charge up the total to my bill?
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BKK provided such services to the purchasing members, and all of its costs were charged to them as fees for those services.
Read them over carefully to see which fees have been charged to your account.
Time spent to develop an understanding of basic issues should not be charged to any particular client.
Secretarial overtime and temporary staffing (and related meals and local transportation) sometimes are charged to clients.
In fact, in recent laboratory testing, Altairnano has demonstrated that a NanoSafe cell can be charged to over 80% charge capacity in about one minute.
Christie's and Sotheby's are charged with conspiring to fix the price of commissions charged to buyers at 15% of the first $50,000 of merchandise purchased and 10% of any amount over the $50,000.