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

 and charge something up
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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What causes delivery charges to skyrocket, he says, is the initial large surge in electricity demand when an operator starts up his equipment.
The plates were strategically located so that an appropriate electric field accelerated the charges to the correct collection plates.
The physical and electrical characteristics of the label are extremely important to the reliability of using static charges to adhere the label to the mold.
Lift trucks used to introduce solid or bulk charges to a molten bath also should be dedicated solely to that function.
Is a Receiver in a bank foreclosure action of a condominium garage unit who collects rents from garage tenants, required to pay common charges to the condominium association when the Receiver does not collect enough income from the garage to meet its expenses?
In recent years, as clients have resisted fee increases, law firms have turned to disbursement charges to increase profits.
The MAAC, in essence, was a limit on the amount by which a nonparticipating physician could increase charges to Medicare beneficiaries each year.
In such event, Prudential argued, it should not be required to pay the common charges to the condominium since Prudential's first mortgage was a superior lien to the lien for unpaid common charges according to law.