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recharge

verb [I or T]
 
 
/ˌriːˈtʃɑːdʒ/
to put more power into a piece of electrical equipment that uses a battery by connecting it to an electricity supply: We use solar panels to recharge the battery. Where can I recharge my mobile? You can leave it to recharge overnight.
HR to get new energy or to give new energy to something: It's important to have regular breaks and to take time to recharge.
recharge your batteries HR to rest so that you can get your energy back: I get four weeks holiday a year to recharge my batteries.
Translations of “recharge”
in Vietnamese nạp điện…
in Spanish Recargar…
in Thai อัดกระแสไฟใหม่…
in Malaysian mengecas semula…
in Chinese (Traditional) (給電池)充電…
in Indonesian mengisikan daya listrik…
in Russian перезаряжать…
in Turkish doldurmak, şarj etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) (给电池)充电…
in Polish naładować, ładować…
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