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  1. overcharge

    • v.
      charge (someone) too high a price for goods or a service;charge someone (a sum) beyond the correct amount
    • n.
      an excessive charge for goods or a service
    • verb: overcharge, 3rd person present: overcharges, gerund or present participle: overcharging, past tense: overcharged, past participle: overcharged

    • 釋義
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. charge (someone) too high a price for goods or a service:

      that makes it easy for wheeler-dealers to overcharge customers

    • 2. charge someone (a sum) beyond the correct amount:

      the company overcharged the government $3 million

    • 3. put too much electric charge into (a battery):

      large generators can overcharge batteries

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an excessive charge for goods or a service:

      an overcharge of $40

    • 更多解釋
    • v.
      charge (someone) too high a price for goods or a service:
    • send your bill to the Law Society if you think you've been overcharged
    • n.
      an excessive charge for goods or a service:
    • an overcharge of £40

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