to record an amount that a customer has spent for them to pay at a later time, according to an agreement between a business and the customer:
 

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to move forward quickly and violently, especially towards something that has caused difficulty or anger:
< + that > The president responded angrily to the charge that she had lost touch with her country"s people.
Her refusal to condemn the violence laid/left her open to the charge of positive support for the campaign (= allowed people to say that she supported it).

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the amount of explosive to be fired at one time, or the bullet or other explosive object shot from a gun
if you charge something to someone"s account , the amount they have spent is recorded and they pay for it at a later time:
charge sb with sth The newspaper charged him with misleading the public about the seriousness of the situation.
make/impose/incur a charge If you fail to cancel the booking within the specified period, you will incur a charge.
take a charge for sth The company expects to take a charge for various expenses relating to the acquisition.
bring a charge against sb Charges were brought against the UK company under the Corporate Manslaughter and Homicide Act.
Under those circumstances, a system of tradable permits (with grandfathering of the initial allocation) could prove more politically acceptable than one of charges.
Intuitively, with the pollution charge set too high, good 2 is protected less than good, 3 initially.
This charge is usually raised when minority or immigrant children are taught in a language other than their own.
The 1859 law allowed the registration of haciendas and labour contracts, but the $.10 per contract charge acted as a disincentive to the system"s use.
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