Meaning of “recharge” in the English Dictionary

"recharge" in American English

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rechargeverb [ T ]

us /riˈtʃɑrdʒ/

to give (a battery) the ability to supply electricity again by connecting it to a piece of electrical equipment and filling it with electricity

rechargeable
adjective [ not gradable ] us /riˈtʃɑr·dʒə·bəl/

a rechargeable electric razor

(Definition of “recharge” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"recharge" in Business English

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rechargeverb [ I or T ]

uk /ˌriːˈtʃɑːdʒ/ us

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.

(Definition of “recharge” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)