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  1. charge

    • IPA[CHärj]

    美式

    • v.
      demand (an amount) as a price from someone for a service rendered or goods supplied;record the cost of something as an amount payable by (someone) or on (an account)
    • n.
      a price asked for goods or services;a financial liability or commitment
    • noun: charge, plural noun: charges

    • verb: charge, 3rd person present: charges, gerund or present participle: charging, past tense: charged, past participle: charged

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. demand (an amount) as a price from someone for a service rendered or goods supplied:

      he charged me 2 euros for the postcard

      the restaurant charged $15 for dinner

    • 2. record the cost of something as an amount payable by (someone) or on (an account):

      they charge the calls to their credit-card accounts

    • 3. accuse (someone) of something, especially an offense under law:

      they were charged with assault

    • 4. make an accusation or assertion that:

      opponents charged that below-cost pricing would reduce safety

    • 5. accuse someone of (an offense):

      they filed a lawsuit charging fraud and breach of contract

    • 6. entrust (someone) with a task as a duty or responsibility:

      the committee was charged with reshaping the educational system

    • 7. store electrical energy in (a battery or battery-operated device):

      the shaver can be charged up and used while traveling

    • 8. (of a battery or battery-operated device) receive and store electrical energy.
    • 9. load or fill (a container, gun, etc.) to the full or proper extent:

      will you see to it that your glasses are charged?

    • 10. fill or pervade (something) with a quality or emotion:

      the air was charged with menace

    • 11. rush forward in attack:

      the plan is to charge headlong at the enemy

    • 12. rush aggressively toward (someone or something) in attack:

      I don't advise anyone to charge that barricade

    • 13. move quickly and with impetus:

      Henry charged up the staircase

    • 14. place a heraldic bearing on:

      a pennant argent, charged with a cross gules

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a price asked for goods or services:

      an admission charge

    • 2. a financial liability or commitment:

      an asset of $550,000 should have been taken as a charge on earnings

    • 3. an accusation, typically one formally made against a prisoner brought to trial:

      he appeared in court on a charge of attempted murder

      three people were arrested but released without charge

    • 4. the responsibility of taking care or control of someone or something:

      the people in her charge are pupils and not experimental subjects

    • 5. a person or thing entrusted to the care of someone:

      the babysitter watched over her charges

    • 6. a responsibility or onerous duty assigned to someone:

      I have therefore laid down the charge which was placed upon me

    • 7. an official instruction, especially one given by a judge to a jury regarding points of law:

      the judge gave a painstakingly careful charge to the jury

    • 8. the property of matter that is responsible for electrical phenomena, existing in a positive or negative form.
    • 9. the quantity of matter responsible for electrical phenomena carried by a body.
    • 10. energy stored chemically for conversion into electricity.
    • 11. an act or process of storing electrical energy in a battery.
    • 12. a thrill:

      I get a real charge out of working hard

    • 13. a quantity of explosive to be detonated in order to fire a gun or similar weapon:

      smaller charges, fired on three minute fuses lit by hand

    • 14. a headlong rush forward, typically one made by attacking soldiers in battle:

      a cavalry charge

    • 15. a device or bearing placed on a shield or crest.
    • adj. having an electric charge.

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    • adj. having an electric charge.

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    • n. an expense or effective cost arising from unproductive assets such as stored goods or unoccupied premises.

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    • n. an expense or effective cost arising from unproductive assets such as stored goods or unoccupied premises.

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    • n.
      a record made in a police station of the charges against a person.
    • v.
      formally accuse (someone) of committing an offense; charge:
    • police had chargesheeted forty-eight people in the case

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    • adj. (of a primary school) having only one teacher:

    • for children who were lucky enough to have a gifted teacher a sole-charge school provided a good experience

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    • n. a particle which carries an electric charge.

    • for children who were lucky enough to have a gifted teacher a sole-charge school provided a good experience

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    • n. an extra charge made for serving customers in a restaurant.

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    • IPA[tʃɑːdʒ]

    英式

    • v.
      demand (an amount) as a price for a service rendered or goods supplied:
    • wedding planners may charge an hourly fee of up to £150

      he charged me five dollars for the wine

    • n.
      a price asked for goods or services:
    • our standard charge for a letter is £25

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  2. 知識+

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