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charge

noun
something with which a person is accused
die Anklage
He faces three charges of murder.
an attack made by moving quickly
der Sturm
the charge of the Light Brigade.
the electricity in something
die Ladung
a positive or negative charge.
someone one takes care of
der Schützling
These children are my charges.
a quantity of gunpowder
die Sprengladung
Put the charge in place and light the fuse.
(Definition of charge from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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