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Translation of "charge" - English-Russian dictionary

charge

noun     /tʃɑːdʒ/
MONEY [C, U]
B1 the amount of money that you have to pay for something, especially for an activity or a service цена, плата bank charges There's no charge for children under 14. He repaired the computer free of charge (= it did not cost anything).Costs and expenses
be in charge
B1 to be the person who has control of or is responsible for someone or something руководить, отвечать за что-либо She's in charge of a team of 20 people. Who's in charge of organizing the music for the party?Duty, obligation and responsibilityGiving orders and commandsControlling and being in charge
take charge
B2 to take control of or make yourself responsible for something брать на себя руководство или ответственность I was happy to let her take charge of paying all the bills.Duty, obligation and responsibilityManaging and organizing
CRIME [C]
B2 a formal police statement saying that someone is accused of a crime обвинение to bring/press charges She was arrested on charges of theft and forgery.Taking legal actionBlaming and accusing
ACCUSE [C]
when you accuse someone of something обвинение This is a serious charge to make against your colleagues.Taking legal actionBlaming and accusing
ELECTRICITY [C, U]
the amount of electricity that an electrical device has in it or that a substance has in it заряд Electricity and electronics
ATTACK [C]
an attack in which people or animals run forward suddenly нападение Moving quicklyAdvancing and moving forwardAttacking and invading
reverse the charges UK ( US call collect)
to make a telephone call that is paid for by the person who receives it звонить за счет принимающего звонок →  See also service charge Communicating by telephone
(Definition of charge noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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