Bedeutung von “charge” im Essential American English Dictionary


verb us /tʃɑrdʒ/ present participle charging, past tense and past participle charged

B1 to ask for money for something:

How much do you charge for delivery?

to officially say that someone has done a crime:

He has been charged with murder.

to run:

The children charged out of the school.

to attack someone or something by moving forward quickly:

The bull charged at the boy.

to put electricity into something:

My cell phone needs charging.

(Definition von “charge verb” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)