charge (something) for (something)

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charge (something) for (something)

To establish a set price for something (such as an item purchased or a service rendered). How much are airlines charging for tickets these days? I can't believe a psychiatrist can charge $250 just for a consultation!
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charge (something) for something

to set a price in payment for something. You are charging too much for this. You really shouldn't charge for it at all.
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A recent study by consumer watchdog group Energy Probe shows huge spikes in delivery charges for Ontario ratepayers by as much as 100 per cent for both residential and small business owners since 1998.
During lease negotiations in 2001 and 2002, the tenants say, the landlord told them that common-area maintenance charges for each of the retail spaces, inclusive of all real estate property taxes and assessments, would be in the range of 40 cents to 45 cents per square foot per month.
Then, add on annual credit card fees, monthly charges for debit cards, maintenance fees for inactive savings accounts and even fees to see a teller
No other state charges for criminal jury trials, though the National Center for State Courts,reports that twenty-six states charge court fees in civil cases.
However, a Receiver can only pay common charges for the garage unit from the income which the Receiver receives in the operation of the garage.
Most are charges for a law firm's own in-house clerical services.
Specifically, nonparticipating physicians whose actual charges for a service in the preceding year equaled or exceeded 115 percent of the prevailing charge were permitted to increase their charges by no more than one percent.
Included in the charges for the quarter is a bad debt charge of $26 million related to the Asset Protection segment's discontinued Lender's Indemnity product.
The Pals were in arrears in common charges for a year and a half before the foreclosure action was started.
8%, encompassing the combined mortality risk, expense risk and administrative charges for the vast majority of variable annuities.
MedAssets Net Revenue Systems will assist Tenet in ensuring that charges for services delivered are rational and reasonable in their respective communities," said Kate Banks, senior vice president, MedAssets Net Revenue Systems.
What is Standard & Poor's assessment of capital charges for large capitalization equity investments?
2) Specifically, the company expects to report the following restructuring and other charges for the third quarter of 2003:
Montrose Travel achieved this goal by writing our software program and is now able to process charges for their clients and pass a detail descriptor -- per charge -- to various credit card companies," said McClure.