Definition of 'recharge'
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But just providing the electricity to recharge the batteries would be a formidable task in itself. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Their users will recharge the battery at home from the mains supply. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There is also little infrastructure in place to support the recharging that such cars need. Times, Sunday Times (2009)How are these people going to recharge electric cars? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Critics also point out that most drivers do not have garages where they can recharge their cars. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is designed to plug into the mains overnight to help recharge the lithium-ion battery pack. The Sun (2009)Better still, harness energy as you zip downhill to recharge the battery. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The team then must recharge the car and do the same again, all within the hour. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Everyone can have a garage at their home, recharge their car and go about their business. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It's the place to relax and recharge your batteries in beautiful surroundings. The Sun (2011)We can enjoy ourselves knowing it has not cost a fortune, letting us relax and recharge our batteries. The Sun (2014)It is understood the faulty software manages the recovery of energy, which can be used to recharge car batteries. The Sun (2015)Britain's towns are becoming dotted with electric car recharging points as the government attempts to lure drivers off fossil fuels. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It had happened, and perhaps the purpose was for us to use the time to relax and recharge our batteries. Beat Stress (1992)Having a way to recharge cars quickly and conveniently on the main road network is seen as the key to establishing electric cars in the mainstream. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Not only would we get a good night's sleep and try again the following day but the car would get a full overnight recharge. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He added: 'The piece was about the difficulties of recharging the electric car. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A full recharge takes 10 seconds. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Again you won't get a full phone recharge, but enough to get out of a tight spot. The Sun (2014)It's vital that the dog in your life is given space to relax, recharge and simply be himself. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I took up yoga when I was pregnant to help me relax and recharge my batteries. BE YOUR BEST: How Anyone can become Fit, Healthy and Confident (2002)
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Translations for 'recharge'
British English: recharge /riːˈtʃɑːdʒ/ VERB
If you recharge a battery, you put an electrical charge back into the battery by connecting it to a machine that draws power from another source of electricity.
He is using your mains electricity to recharge his car battery.
- American English: recharge
- Arabic: يَشْحَنُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: recarregar
- Chinese: 再充电
- Croatian: napuniti
- Czech: dobít baterii
- Danish: genoplade
- Dutch: herladen
- European Spanish: recargar
- Finnish: ladata uudestaan
- French: recharger
- German: wieder aufladen
- Greek: επαναφορτίζω
- Italian: ricaricare
- Japanese: 再充電する
- Korean: 재충전하다
- Norwegian: lade på nytt
- Polish: ponownie naładować
- European Portuguese: recarregar
- Romanian: reîncărcare
- Russian: перезаряжать
- Spanish: recargar
- Swedish: ladda upp
- Thai: บรรจุใหม่
- Turkish: yüklemek pil vb
- Ukrainian: перезаряджати
- Vietnamese: nạp lại
Definition of recharge from the Collins English Dictionary
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