Charge

Charge,

Definition of Charge:

  1. A price asked for goods or services.

  2. Rush forward in attack.

  3. Place a heraldic bearing on.

  4. Store electrical energy in (a battery or battery-operated device).

  5. The property of matter that is responsible for electrical phenomena, existing in a positive or negative form.

  6. Demand (an amount) as a price from someone for a service rendered or goods supplied.

  7. An accusation, typically one formally made against a prisoner brought to trial.

  8. A device or bearing placed on a shield or crest.

  9. A quantity of explosive to be detonated in order to fire a gun or similar weapon.

  10. Accounting: To debit an account.

  11. Lending: Evidence of a lien or mortgage that secures the repayment of a loan. Public corporations are generally required to keep a register of charges (including debentures) against their assets with the copies of associated documents. This register may be inspected by anyone, usually on payment of a fee. See also fixed charge and floating charge.

  12. Entrust (someone) with a task as a duty or responsibility.

  13. Commerce: To buy on credit.

  14. The responsibility of taking care or control of someone or something.

  15. A headlong rush forward, typically one made by attacking soldiers in battle.

  16. Accuse (someone) of something, especially an offense under law.

  17. Law: (1) Statement accusing a person of committing a specific crime. (2) Judges instructions to a jury before the trial begins.

Synonyms of Charge

Care, Protection, Safe keeping, Keeping, Supervision, Surveillance, Control, Handling, Attack, Assault, Offensive, Onslaught, Offence, Drive, Push, Thrust, Onrush, Sortie, Sally, Swoop, Foray, Raid, Invasion, Incursion, Campaign, Ask in payment, Ask, Fix a charge, Fix a price, Impose, Levy, Fee, Price, Tariff, Amount, Sum, Figure, Fare, Rate, Payment, Toll, Levy, Accountability, Accounting for, Accounts payable, Accounts receivable, Accredit, Accusal, Accusation, Accuse, Accusing, Achievement, Action, Activate, Adjure, Administration, Admission, Admission fee, Admonish, Advowson, Afflict, Agency, Agentship, Aggravated assault, Aggression, Alerion, Allegation, Allege, Allegement, Allegiance, Amount, Amount due, Amperage, Amphibious attack, Amplify, Anchorage, Animal charge, Annulet, Answerability, Anticathexis, Application, Argent, Armed assault, Armipotence, Armorial bearings, Armory, Arms, Arraign, Arraignment, Arrogation, Article, Ascription, Ask, Assail, Assailing, Assailment, Assault, Assert, Assess, Assessment, Assign, Assignation, Assigned task, Assignment, Attachment, Attack, Attribute, Attribution, Auspices, Authority, Authorization, Authorize, Azure, Bad debts, Bail, Bale, Bandeau, Bang, Banzai attack, Bar, Bar sinister, Baton, Bear hard upon, Bearings, Beef, Behest, Bellyful, Bend, Bend sinister, Benefice, Bid, Bidding, Bill, Bill of particulars, Billet, Bills, Black power, Blame, Blast, Blazon, Blazonry, Blitz, Blitzkrieg, Boil, Bolt, Book, Boot, Bordure, Borrowing, Bossing, Bounden duty, Breakthrough, Brevet, Brim, Bring accusation, Bring charges, Bring to book, Bringing of charges, Bringing to book, Broad arrow, Brokerage, Brute force, Budget, Budget items, Bumper, Burden, Burden of expenditure, Burden with, Burdening, Burthen, Business, Busywork, Buy on credit, Cadency mark, Call of duty, Call on, Call the signals, Call upon, Canton, Capacity, Care, Care of souls, Carfare, Cargo, Carload, Carrying charge, Cartload, Cathectic energy, Cathexis, Caution, Cellarage, Censure, Chaplet, Chare, Charge for, Charges, Charging, Charisma, Charter, Chase, Chevron, Chief, Chits, Chock, Choke, Chore, Cite, Claim, Client, Clog, Clout, Coat of arms, Cock, Cockatrice, Cogence, Cogency, Command, Commission, Commissioning, Commit, Commitment, Committal, Complain, Complaint, Complement, Compulsion, Concern, Conduct, Congest, Connection with, Consign, Consignment, Contaminate, Control, Coronet, Cost, Cost of living, Cost-of-living allowance, Cost-of-living index, Costs, Count, Counterattack, Countercathexis, Counteroffensive, Coup de main, Cover charge, Cram, Credit, Crescent, Crest, Criminate, Crippling attack, Cross, Cross moline, Crowd, Crown, Crush, Cumber, Cumbrance, Curacy, Cure, Custodianship, Custody, Damage, Dash, Dash at, Dead set at, Deadweight, Debit, Debt, Declare, Decree, Dedication, Deference, Delation, Delegate, Delegated authority, Delegation, Demand, Denounce, Denouncement, Denunciate, Denunciation, Dependent, Deputation, Depute, Deputize, Derivation from, Descent on, Desire concentration, Detach, Detail, Detonate, Device, Devoir, Devolute, Devolution, Devolve, Devolve upon, Devolvement, Devotion, Dictate, Difference, Differencing, Difficulty, Dint, Direct, Direct costs, Direction, Disadvantage, Disbursals, Discharge, Distributed costs, Diversion, Diversionary attack, Dockage, Drag, Drive, Drop, Due, Dues, Duress, Duties and responsibilities, Duty, Eagle, Effect, Effectiveness, Effectuality, Eject, Electric charge, Electrify, Embarrassment, Embassy, Empower, Empowerment, Encourage, Encumber, Encumbrance, Energize, Energy, Energy charge, Enjoin, Entrance fee, Entrust, Entrusting, Entrustment, Ermine, Ermines, Erminites, Erminois, Errand, Escutcheon, Ethics, Etiology, Exact, Exaction, Exactment, Executorship, Exequatur, Exercise, Exhaust, Exhort, Exhortation, Expect, Expenditure, Expense, Expense account, Expenses, Expostulate, Eye, Factorship, Falcon, Fare, Fasten on, Fasten upon, Fealty, Fee, Fell, Fess, Fess point, Field, Figure, File, Fill, Fill to overflowing, Fill up, Financial commitment, Finger, Fire, Fire off, Fish to fry, Flanch, Flank attack, Fleur-de-lis, Fling, Floating debt, Flower power, Flush, Fly at, Foray, Force, Force majeure, Forcefulness, Freight, Freight with, Fret, Frontal attack, Fuel, Full blast, Full force, Full house, Full measure, Full power, Funded debt, Fur, Fusil, Galvanize, Garland, Gas attack, General expenses, Generate, Get up steam, Give an order, Give in charge, Give the word, Glebe, Go on tick, Governance, Government, Griffin, Guardianship, Guarding, Guidance, Gules, Gun, Gun for, Gyron, Hamper, Handicap, Handling, Hands, Hang something on, Hatchment, Head-on attack, Heap, Helmet, Heraldic device, Hire, Hit, Hold, Homage, Homework, Honor, Honor point, Hypercathexis, Imbue, Impalement, Impaling, Impeach, Impeachment, Impediment, Impedimenta, Imperative, Implication, Imply, Impose, Impose on, Impose upon, Imposition, Impregnate, Impugn, Imputation, Impute, Incite, Inconvenience, Incriminate, Incubus, Inculpate, Incumbency, Indebtedness, Indebtment, Indict, Indictment, Indirect costs, Induce, Inescutcheon, Infect, Infiltration, Inflict on, Inflict upon, Influence, Inform against, Inform on, Information, Injunction, Innuendo, Insinuate, Insinuation, Instruct, Instruction, Intendance, Interpenetrate, Invoice, Irradiate, Issue a command, Issue a writ, Jam, Jam up, Jam-pack, Jet propulsion, Job, Job of work, Jollies, Jump off, Jurisdiction, Keep, Keeping, Kick, Label, Labor, Labor costs, Lade, Lading, Lash, Lawsuit, Lay, Lay charges, Lay on, Laying of charges, Legation, Let fly, Let off, Levy, Liabilities, Liability, License, License fee, Lieutenancy, Lift, Lightning attack, Lightning war, Line of duty, Lion, Liquid oxygen, Live wire, Living, Load, Loading, Lodge a complaint, Lodge a plaint, Loop in, Loyalty, Lozenge, Lumber, Main force, Main strength, Make dutiable, Make-work, Mana, Management, Mandate, Mantling, Marshaling, Martlet, Mascle, Mass attack, Material costs, Matters in hand, Maturity, Megadeath, Metal, Might, Might and main, Mightiness, Millstone, Ministry, Mission, Motto, Mouthful, Move, Moxie, Mugging, Mullet, Muscle power, Must, Name, National debt, Need, Nombril point, Obligation, Octofoil, Odd job, Offense, Offensive, Office, Onset, Onslaught, Onus, Operating costs, Operating expense, Oppress, Oppression, Or, Ordain, Order, Order about, Ordinary, Orle, Ought, Outstanding debt, Overburden, Overcharge, Overfill, Overhead, Overkill, Overload, Oversight, Overtax, Overtaxing, Overweight, Overweighting, Pack, Pad, Palaetiology, Pale, Paly, Panzer warfare, Pastorage, Pastorate, Pastorship, Patronage, Payload, Pean, Pelt, Penalty, Penetrate, Pensionary, Pensioner, Pepper, Percolate, Permeate, Persuade, Pervade, Pheon, Pick off, Piece of work, Pile, Pilotage, Pin on, Pistol, Pizzazz, Place, Placement, Plaint, Pledge, Plenipotentiary power, Plug, Plug in, Poison, Poop, Portage, Post, Pot, Potence, Potency, Potentiality, Potshoot, Potshot, Power, Power of attorney, Power pack, Power structure, Power struggle, Power to act, Powerfulness, Preach, Precept, Prefer charges, Prelacy, Prepotency, Prescript, Prescription, Presentment, Press charges, Press hard upon, Pressure, Preventive custody, Price, Price tag, Prime, Prime cost, Pro rata, Proclaim, Procuration, Productiveness, Productivity, Project, Prompt, Promulgate, Pronounce, Propellant, Propulsion charge, Prorate, Prosecution, Protection, Protective custody, Protectorship, Protege, Proxy, Public charge, Public debt, Puissance, Pull, Punch, Purpure, Purview, Push, Put, Put down, Put on, Put on report, Put upon, Quarter, Quartering, Quiver, Race, Radiumize, Raid, Ram in, Rate, Reaction propulsion, Receive credit, Rectory, Refer, Reference to, Regency, Regentship, Remonstrate, Replacement cost, Report, Reprehend, Reproach, Request, Require, Respect, Responsibility, Rest hard upon, Riddle, Right, Rocket propulsion, Rose, Rule, Run against, Run at, Running, Rush, Rush at, Rush of emotion, Sable, Saddle, Saddle with, Saddling, Safe hands, Safekeeping, Sally, Saltire, Salvage, Satiate, Saturate, Say the word, Score, Scot, Scot and lot, Scutcheon, Self-imposed duty, Send out, Sensation, Service, Set, Shield, Shipload, Shiver, Shock, Shock tactics, Shoot, Shoot at, Shoot down, Short, Short-circuit, Shot, Shudder, Sinew, Snipe, Snootful, Solicit, Sortie, Spread eagle, Steam, Steam up, Step down, Step up, Stewardship, Stick for, Stiffen, Stint, Storage, Storm, Strength, Strike, Strong arm, Stuff, Subject to, Subordinary, Suffuse, Suit, Supercharge, Superincumbency, Superintendence, Superintendency, Superiority, Superpower, Supervision, Surcharge, Surfeit, Surge of emotion, Surveillance, Swindle sheet, Switch off, Switch on, Tab, Take a potshot, Take credit, Take to task, Tariff, Task, Taunt with, Tax, Taxing, Teaching, Tear, Tell, Tenne, Things to do, Thrill, Thrust, Tilt at, Tincture, Tingle, Tingling, Tithe, Titillation, Toll, Top off, Torpedo, Torse, Towage, Trailerload, Trainload, Transfer, Transfuse, Tremor, Tremor of excitement, Tressure, Trouble, Truckload, True bill, Trust, Trusteeship, Turn off, Turn on, Tutelage, Twit, Uncollectibles, Unfulfilled pledge, Unicorn, Unit cost, Unit quantity, Unprovoked assault, Unspoken accusation, Urge, Vair, Validity, Vanload, Vehemence, Veiled accusation, Vert, Vicarage, Vicarious authority, Vigor, Vim, Virility, Virtue, Virulence, Vitality, Wad, Ward, Wardenship, Wardship, Warhead, Warm up, Warn, Warrant, Watch and ward, Wattage, Weigh, Weigh heavy on, Weigh on, Weigh upon, Weight, Weight down with, Wharfage, White elephant, Wind, Wind up, Wing, Word, Work, Wreath, Yale, Yoke with, Insignia, Regalia, Badge, Emblem, Ensign, Device, Heraldic device, Coat of arms, Arms, Armorial bearing, Escutcheon, Shield, Rush, Move quickly, Storm, Stampede, Career, Tear, Push, Plough, Swoop, Dive, Lunge, Launch oneself, Throw oneself, Go headlong, Bullet, Round, Shell, Charge, Shot, Casing, Accusation, Allegation, Indictment, Arraignment, Citation, Imputation, Accuse of, Indict for, Arraign for, Entrust

How to use Charge in a sentence?

  1. Water molecules are not only attracted to each other, but to any molecule with positive or negative charges.
  2. A cavalry charge.
  3. The committee was charged with reshaping the educational system.
  4. Smaller charges, fired on three minute fuses lit by hand.
  5. The swan is found in heraldry as a charge, a crest, supporters, and as a badge.
  6. He charged me 2 euros for the postcard.
  7. The shaver can be charged up and used while traveling.
  8. An admission charge.
  9. They were charged with assault.
  10. The plan is to charge headlong at the enemy.
  11. Ben did not have any money to pay his phone bill so the phone company gave him a late charge of thirty dollars.
  12. He appeared in court on a charge of attempted murder.
  13. The people in her charge are pupils and not experimental subjects.
  14. I tried to charge the purchase of my groceries on my credit card, at the store, but it wouldnt work so I had to use cash.
  15. A pennant argent, charged with a cross gules.
  16. I forgot the petty cash so I had to charge the office order to my credit card and had to expense it.

Meaning of Charge & Charge Definition