Sinónimos de charge
to ask (an amount of money) as a priceThe majority of traders charged a fair price.
to enter a debit against a person's account for (a purchase)Charge it to my credit card, please.
to accuse (someone) formally of a crime in a court of lawThey have all the evidence required to charge him.
Her assistant was accused of theft and fraud by the police.
She was later indicted on corruption charges.
an opposition move to impeach the President
He claimed that the drugs had been planted to incriminate him.
He was arraigned for criminally abetting a traitor.
to make a rush at or sudden attack uponOur general ordered us to charge the enemy.
He charged into the room.
to fill with a feeling or mooda performance that was charged with energy
to command or assign(formal) Jesus charged his disciples to preach the gospel.
He commanded his troops to attack.
Williams ordered him to leave.
The task demands much patience and hard work.
She was required to take to the stage.
I dare say he did as he was bidden.
They have instructed solicitors to sue for compensation.
They are prepared to entrust her with the leadership of the party.
Kennedy exhorted his listeners to turn away from violence.
She enjoined me strictly not to tell anyone else.
a price charged for somethingWe can arrange this for a small charge.
a sharp increase in the price of petrol
What's the price on that one?
specially reduced rates
cost, , ,
The cost of a loaf of bread has increased five-fold.
She has refurbished the whole place at vast expense.
Opponents of motorway tolls say they would force cars onto smaller roads.
The government should reduce their expenditure on defence.
Once the initial outlay has been made they are reasonably cheap to operate.
What's the damage for these tickets?
a formal accusation of a crime in a court of lawThey appeared at court to deny charges of murder.
people who have made public accusations of wrongdoing
The company has denied the allegations.
Prosecutors may soon seek an indictment on fraud charges.
They avoided the imputation of criminal negligence.
custody or guardianshipI have been given charge of this class.
a person or thing committed to someone's careI did not consider it any part of my charge to come up with marketing ideas.
a person or thing committed to someone's careThe coach tried to get his charges motivated.
an onrush or attackHe led the bayonet charge from the front.
a campaign of air attacks on strategic targets
Throw something noisy and feign a rush at him.
The rebels are poised for a new assault.
a military onslaught against the rebels
There was a stampede for the exit.
No reason for this instruction was given.
Mr North had been arrested on the orders of the Spanish government.
He grew ever more fierce in his demands.
The house was built under the direction of his partner.
The tanker failed to respond to a command to stop.
They must abide by the dictates of the new government.
The union already has a mandate to ballot for a strike.
These measures offended all the accepted canons of political economy.
He took out a court injunction against the newspaper.
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in the sense of allegation
an unproved assertion or accusationThe company has denied the allegations.
in the sense of arraign
to accuseHe was arraigned for criminally abetting a traitor.
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