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overage chargenoun [C, usually plural]

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COMMERCE an extra amount of money that you have to pay for using more of something than was expected or agreed: With overage charges, she has had cell phone bills of $140 a month. If energy costs increase, tenants have to pay overage charges to cover the difference between the current rate and the rate when they signed their lease.
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