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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-transitive: To impose a duty, responsibility, or obligation on: charged him with the task of watching the young swimmers.
- verb-transitive: To set or ask (a given amount) as a price: charges ten dollars for a haircut.
- verb-transitive: To hold financially liable; demand payment from: charged her for the balance due.
- verb-transitive: To postpone payment on (a purchase) by recording as a debt: paid cash for the stockings but charged the new coat.
- verb-transitive: To load to capacity; fill: charge a furnace with coal.
- verb-transitive: To saturate; impregnate: The atmosphere was charged with tension.
- verb-transitive: To load (a gun or other firearm) with a quantity of explosive: charged the musket with powder.
- verb-transitive: To instruct or urge authoritatively; command: charged her not to reveal the source of information.
- verb-transitive: Law To instruct (a jury) about the law, its application, and the weighing of evidence.
- verb-transitive: To make a claim of wrongdoing against; accuse or blame: The police charged him with car theft. Critics charged the writer with a lack of originality.
- verb-transitive: To put the blame for; attribute or impute: charged the accident to the driver's inexperience.
- verb-transitive: To attack violently: The troops charged the enemy line.
- verb-transitive: Basketball To bump or run into (a defender) illegally while in possession of the ball or having just made a pass or shot.
- verb-transitive: Sports To bump (an opponent) so as to knock off balance or gain control of the ball, as in soccer.
- verb-transitive: Sports To body-check (an opponent) illegally, from behind or after taking more than two strides, as in ice hockey.
- verb-transitive: Electricity To cause formation of a net electric charge on or in (a conductor, for example).
- verb-transitive: Electricity To energize (a storage battery) by passing current through it in the direction opposite to discharge.
- verb-transitive: To excite; rouse: a speaker who knows how to charge up a crowd.
- verb-transitive: To direct or put (a weapon) into position for use; level.
- verb-transitive: Heraldry To place a charge on (an escutcheon).
- verb-intransitive: To rush forward in or as if in a violent attack: dogs trained to charge at intruders; children charging through the house.
- verb-intransitive: To demand or ask payment: did not charge for the second cup of coffee.
- verb-intransitive: To postpone payment for a purchase.
- verb-intransitive: Accounting To consider or record as a loss. Often used with off.
- noun: Expense; cost.
- noun: The price asked for something: no charge for window-shopping.
- noun: A weight or burden; a load: a freighter relieved of its charge of cargo.
- noun: The quantity that a container or apparatus can hold.
- noun: A quantity of explosive to be set off at one time.
- noun: An assigned duty or task; a responsibility: The commission's charge was to determine the facts.
- noun: One that is entrusted to another's care or management: the baby sitter's three young charges.
- noun: Supervision; management: the scientist who had overall charge of the research project.
- noun: Care; custody: a child put in my charge.
- noun: An order, command, or injunction.
- noun: Law Instruction given by a judge to a jury about the law, its application, and the weighing of evidence.
- noun: A claim of wrongdoing; an accusation: a charge of murder; pleaded not guilty to the charges.
- noun: A rushing, forceful attack: repelled the charge of enemy troops; the charge of a herd of elephants.
- noun: The command to attack: The bugler sounded the charge.
- noun: A debt or an entry in an account recording a debt: Are you paying cash or is this a charge?
- noun: A financial burden, such as a tax or lien.
- noun: Physics The intrinsic property of matter responsible for all electric phenomena, in particular for the force of the electromagnetic interaction, occurring in two forms arbitrarily designated negative and positive.
- noun: Physics A measure of this property.
- noun: Physics The net measure of this property possessed by a body or contained in a bounded region of space.
- noun: Informal A feeling of pleasant excitement; a thrill: got a real charge out of the movie.
- noun: Heraldry Any figure or device represented on the field of an escutcheon.
- idiom: in charge In a position of leadership or supervision: the security agent in charge at the airport.
- idiom: in charge Chiefly British Under arrest.
- idiom: in charge of Having control over or responsibility for: You're in charge of making the salad.
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