charge ●●●●●
تلفظ آنلاین

Oxford 3000 vocabularySPEAKING vocabularyWRITING vocabularyCOLLOCATION

charge /tʃɑːdʒ $ tʃɑːrdʒ/ noun

بار کردن ، شارژ کردن ، شارژ ، عهده و تعهد و الزامی که بر شخص باشد حقی که در مورد ملکی وجود داشته باشد خطابه ای که رئیس محکمه پس از ختم دادرسی خطاب به هیات منصفه ایراد و ضمن خلاصه کردن شهادتهای داده شده ، خطای حمله ، متهم کردن ، خرج منفجره ، پر کردن (جنگ افزار) ، تصدی ، عهده داری ، حمله ، اتهام ، هزینه ، وزن ، مسئولیت ، گماشتن ، عهده دار کردن ، زیربار کشیدن ، متهم ساختن ، مطالبه بها ، پرکردن (باطری وتفنگ) ، موردحمایت ، علوم مهندسی: بار الکتریکی ، کامپیوتر: بار الکتریکی ، الکترونیک: بار الکتریکی ، معماری: بار ، قانون ـ فقه: مسائل قانونی لازم را برای ایشان تشریح می کند ، بازرگانی: بدهکار کردن ، ورزش: بار ، حمله به حریف ، علوم هوایی: جرم کل سوخت در راکتهای سوخت جامد ، علوم نظامی: خرج گذاری کردن شارژ کردن

: charge (mil,gun)

علوم دریایی: خرج
مهندسی صنایع: نت: هزینه-بار
فروش/خرید/تدارکات: هزینه ،مطالبه هزینه الکترونیک: بار الکتریکی ، کامپیوتر: بار ، تربیت بدنی: هزینه ، بدهکار کردن ، تجارت خارجی: بار کردن ، شارژ کردن ، شارژ ، بار الکتریکی ، علوم مهندسی: اتهام ، متهم کردن ، عهده و تعهد و الزامی که بر شخص باشد حقی که در مورد ملکی وجود داشته باشد خطابه ای که رییس محکمه پس از ختم دادرسی خطاب به هیات منصفه ایراد و ضمن خلاصه کردن شهادتهای داده شده ، مسایل قانونی لازم را برای ایشان تشریح می کند ، حقوق: خطای حمله ، حمله به حریف ، ورزشی: جرم کل سوخت در راکتهای سوخت جامد ، هواپیمایی: بار ، معماری: متهم کردن ، خرج ، خرج منفجره ، پر کردن ، جنگ افزار : ، خرج گذاری کردن شارژ کردن ، علوم نظامی: بار الکتریکی ، الکترونیک: تصدی ، عهده داری ، حمله ، اتهام ، هزینه ، وزن ، بار، مسیولیت ، گماشتن ، عهده دار کردن ، زیربار کشیدن ، متهم ساختن ، مطالبه بها، پرکردن( باطری وتفنگ)، موردحمایتبار الکتریکی ، کامپیوتر: بار ، تربیت بدنی: هزینه ، بدهکار کردن ، تجارت خارجی: بار کردن ، شارژ کردن ، شارژ ، بار الکتریکی ، علوم مهندسی: اتهام ، متهم کردن ، عهده و تعهد و الزامی که بر شخص باشد حقی که در مورد ملکی وجود داشته باشد خطابه ای که رییس محکمه پس از ختم دادرسی خطاب به هیات منصفه ایراد و ضمن خلاصه کردن شهادتهای داده شده ، مسایل قانونی لازم را برای ایشان تشریح می کند ، حقوق: خطای حمله ، حمله به حریف ، ورزشی: جرم کل سوخت در راکتهای سوخت جامد ، هواپیمایی: بار ، معماری: متهم کردن ، خرج ، خرج منفجره ، پر کردن ، جنگ افزار : ، خرج گذاری کردن شارژ کردن ، علوم نظامی: بار الکتریکی ، الکترونیک: تصدی ، عهده داری ، حمله ، اتهام ، هزینه ، وزن ، بار، مسیولیت ، گماشتن ، عهده دار کردن ، زیربار کشیدن ، متهم ساختن ، مطالبه بها، پرکردن( باطری وتفنگ)، موردحمایت کامپیوتر: شارژ کردن ، بار الکتریکی زیست شناسی: واحد بنیادین واکنش های الکتریکی

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- accuse, arraign, blame, impeach, incriminate, indict
- rush, assail, assault, attack, stampede, storm
- fill, load
- command, bid, commit, demand, entrust, instruct, order, require
- price, amount, cost, expenditure, expense, outlay, payment, rate, toll
- accusation, allegation, imputation, indictment
- rush, assault, attack, onset, onslaught, sortie, stampede
- care, custody, duty, office, responsibility, safekeeping, trust
- ward
- instruction, command, demand, direction, injunction, mandate, order, precept
Antonyms: absolve
Contrasted words: excuse, forgive, pardon, remit, acquit
Related Idioms: bring (or prefer) charges
Related Words: ask, request, solicit, adjure, impugn, reprehend, reproach, business, devoir, place
English Thesaurus: accusation, allegation, charge, indictment, accuse, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. charge1 S1 W1 /tʃɑːdʒ $ tʃɑːrdʒ/ noun

1. PRICE [uncountable and countable] the amount of money you have to pay for goods or services
charge of
an admission charge of $5
charge for
There is a charge for the use of the swimming pool.
Guided tours are provided at no charge.
Your order will be sent free of charge (=with no cost).

2. CONTROL [uncountable] the position of having control or responsibility for a group of people or an activity
in charge (of something)
He asked to speak to the person in charge.
the officer in charge of the investigation
Stern put Travis in charge of (=gave him control of) the research team.
Owens came in and took charge of (=took control of) the situation.
A commander in each county was to have charge of the local militia.

a) be in/under sb’s charge if someone or something is in your charge, you are responsible for looking after them:
teachers that do their best for the children in their charge
The files were left in your charge.
b) [countable] formal someone that you are responsible for looking after:
Sarah bought some chocolate for her three young charges.

4. CRIME [countable] an official statement by the police that someone may be guilty of a crime
charge against
He was found guilty of all six charges against him.
charge of
Higgins is facing a charge of armed robbery.
on a charge (of something)
The following morning, he was arrested on a charge of burglary.

5. BLAME [countable] a written or spoken statement blaming someone for doing something bad or illegal Synonym : allegation
charge that
the charge that tobacco companies target young people with their ads
charge of
a charge of racial discrimination against the company
deny/counter a charge (=say that a charge is untrue)
Wallace denied charges that he had lied to investigators.
lay/leave yourself open to a charge of something (=be likely to be blamed for something)
The speech laid him open to charges of political bias.

6. ATTACK [countable] an attack in which soldiers or animals move towards someone or something very quickly

7. EFFORT lead the charge to make a strong effort to do something:
It was small businesses that led the charge against health care changes.

8. ELECTRICITY [uncountable] electricity that is put into a piece of electrical equipment such as a battery
on charge (=taking in a charge of electricity)
Leave the battery on charge all night.

9. EXPLOSIVE [countable] an explosive put into something such as a bomb or gun

10. STRENGTH OF FEELINGS [singular] the power of strong feelings:
Cases of child abuse have a strong emotional charge.

11. get a charge out of something American English spoken to be excited by something and enjoy it very much:
I got a real charge out of seeing my niece take her first steps.

12. AN ORDER TO DO SOMETHING [countable] formal an order to do something
charge to do something
The old servant fulfilled his master’s charge to care for the children.
reverse the charges at reverse1(6)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. charge2 S1 W2 verb
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old French; Origin: chargier, from Late Latin carricare, from Latin carrus; car]

a) [intransitive and transitive] to ask someone for a particular amount of money for something you are selling:
The hotel charges $125 a night.
charge somebody £10/$50 etc (for something)
The restaurant charged us £40 for the wine.
charge something at something
Calls will be charged at 44p per minute.
charge for
We won’t charge for delivery if you pay now.
charge rent/a fee/interest etc
The gallery charges an entrance fee.
b) charge something to sb’s account/room etc to record the cost of something on someone’s account, so that they can pay for it later:
Wilson charged the drinks to his room.
Use a courier and charge it to the department.
c) [transitive] American English to pay for something with a credit card
charge something on something
I charged the shoes on Visa.
‘How would you like to pay?’ ‘I’ll charge it.’

2. CRIME [transitive] to state officially that someone may be guilty of a crime
charge somebody with something
Gibbons has been charged with murder.

3. BLAME SOMEBODY [transitive] formal to say publicly that you think someone has done something wrong
charge that
Demonstrators have charged that the police used excessive force against them.

4. RUN [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to deliberately run or walk somewhere quickly
charge around/through/out etc
The boys charged noisily into the water.

5. ATTACK [intransitive and transitive] to deliberately rush quickly towards someone or something in order to attack them:
Then, with a final effort, our men charged the enemy for the last time.
charge at/towards/into
The bear charged towards her at full speed.

6. ELECTRICITY [intransitive and transitive] (also charge up) if a battery charges, or if you charge it, it takes in and stores electricity:
The shaver can be charged up.

7. ORDER SOMEBODY [transitive] formal to order someone to do something or make them responsible for it
charge somebody with doing something
The commission is charged with investigating war crimes.

8. GUN [transitive] old use to load a gun

9. GLASS [transitive] British English formal to fill a glass ⇒ charged

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. price asked for sth
ADJ. heavy, high | reasonable, small | minimum | fixed, standard | total | annual, daily, etc. | standing There is a quarterly standing charge.
additional, extra, further | admission, bank, call, call-out, cancellation, commission, cover, handling, hire, interest, maintenance, prescription, service
VERB + CHARGE impose, introduce, levy, make We make a small charge for wrapping your gift.
waive They agreed to waive the cancellation charges.
incur All cancellations incur a charge.
pay | increase | reduce | reverse the ~s (= when telephoning)
PREP. at a ~ This service is available at a nominal charge.
for a ~ The hotel operates a bus service to the village for a small charge.
~ for There is no charge for cashing traveller's cheques.
~ on a charge on company profits
PHRASES free of charge (= without any charge) The company will deliver free of charge.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. official statement accusing sb of a crime
ADJ. grave, serious | lesser, reduced He was found guilty on a reduced charge of assault.
baseless, false, trumped-up | civil, criminal, disciplinary | assault, corruption, drug/drugs, fraud, murder, etc.
VERB + CHARGE bring, file, lay, level, make Police have brought a charge of dangerous driving against the man.
bring, prefer, press (only used with charges) | drop, withdraw | answer, face She is almost certain to face criminal charges.
admit He has admitted the murder charge.
deny, dismiss, refute, reject The prime minister dismissed the charge that he had misled Parliament.
fabricate, trump up He accused the government of fabricating the charges for political reasons.
investigate | prove, substantiate The charges will be difficult to prove.
dismiss, throw out The court dismissed the charge against him.
CHARGE + VERB allege sth new charges alleging the misuse of funds
CHARGE + NOUN sheet At the police station a charge sheet was made out.
PREP. on a/the ~ She appeared in court on charges of kidnapping and assault.
without ~ to be detained/held/released without charge
~ against The charges against you have been dropped.
~ of a charge of armed robbery
~ relating to charges relating to the embezzlement of public funds
PHRASES bring/prefer/press charges (against sb) Many victims of crime are reluctant to press charges against their attackers.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. control
ADJ. overall The conductor has overall charge of the train.
personal She took personal charge of the files.
sole Stephen will resume sole charge for the time being.
VERB + CHARGE have | take We need somebody to take charge of the financial side.
resume | place/put sb in John has been put in charge of marketing.
PREP. in ~ (of sb/sth) I need to feel more in charge of my life.
in/under sb's ~ The child is under my charge until the mother returns from abroad.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

IV. sudden attack
ADJ. baton, cavalry They were driven back by a police baton charge.
VERB + CHARGE lead Allen led the charge, but could they get a goal back?
sound The bugle sounded the charge.
CHARGE + VERB drive sb back

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

I. ask sb to pay money
ADV. directly
VERB + CHARGE be entitled to, be free to, have a right to Firms are free to charge whatever they like for their services.
PREP. against Research and development expenditure is charged against profits in the year it is incurred.
at Stamp Duty will be charged at one per cent.
for We don't charge for delivery.
on The bank charges a commission on all foreign currency transactions.
to The cost is charged directly to the profit and loss account.
PHRASES charge sth to sb's account £50 will be charged to your account.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. make an official accusation
ADV. formally | jointly The teenagers were jointly charged with attempted murder.
PREP. in connection with A man has been charged in connection with the attack.
with She has not yet been formally charged with the offence.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. rush/attack
ADV. headlong | around/round, in, out The children were all charging around outside.
PREP. at I was worried that the animal might charge at us.
down I heard the sound of feet charging down the stairs.
into She charged into the room.
out of, through, towards The rhino charged headlong towards us.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


a small charge
For a small charge guests can use the hotel sauna.
an extra/additional charge
Breakfast may be served in your bedroom at no extra charge.
free of charge (=with no cost)
Delivery is free of charge.
sb’s charges are high/low (=you have to pay a lot/a little)
His charges are too high.
a fixed charge
There’s a fixed charge for having a dental check.
a nominal charge (=a very small amount of money)
You can use the tennis courts for a nominal charge.
a minimum charge (=an amount that is the least you can pay)
There’s a minimum charge of £10 per person in the Terrace restaurant.
a service charge (=for service in a hotel, restaurant etc)
The restaurant’s prices include a 10% service charge.
an admission charge (=for being allowed to enter a place)
There is no admission charge.
a call-out charge British English (=that you must pay a workman to come to your home)
The electrician said there is a £40 call-out charge.
a cancellation charge
If you change your flight booking, you may have to pay a cancellation charge.
a delivery charge
How much is the store’s delivery charge?
bank charges (=fees charged by a bank for some services)
You will have to pay bank charges if your account is overdrawn.
pay a charge
There will be a small charge to pay.
make a charge (=ask you to pay a charge)
We make no charge for this service.
incur a charge formal (=result in you paying a charge)
All cancellations incur a charge.
introduce/impose a charge
The government introduced a charge for water.
waive a charge (=allow you not to pay it)
I’ve asked the bank to waive the charge this time.
a murder/burglary/drugs etc charge
He appeared in court on fraud charges.
Robins was in jail awaiting trial on drugs charges.
criminal charges
The investigation resulted in criminal charges against three police officers.
a serious charge
Drinking and driving is a very serious charge.
a felony charge American English (=for a serious crime)
He pleaded not guilty to a felony charge of cocaine possession.
press/bring charges (=make someone be brought to court for a crime)
Sometimes the victim of an assault does not want to press charges.
face charges (=have been charged with a crime)
A farmer is facing charges of cruelty and neglect.
deny/admit a charge
All three men denied the charge of manslaughter.
plead guilty to a charge (=say formally in court that you are guilty)
The youth pleaded guilty to a charge of arson.
drop the charges (=decide not to go on with a court case)
The prosecution dropped the charges in 2005.
dismiss the charges (=say that a court case should not continue)
If there is insufficient evidence, the court will dismiss the charges.
be released without charge
She had been arrested twice and released without charge.
be convicted of/on a charge (=be judged to be guilty)
McCorley was convicted on a charge of assault.
be acquitted of/on a charge (=be judged to be not guilty)
Both men were acquitted of all charges.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: carrying charge , charge off(2) , in charge , in charge of , take charge

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
All rights reserved, Copyright © ALi R. Motamed 2001-2020.

TahlilGaran : دیکشنری آنلاین تحلیلگران (معنی charge) | علیرضا معتمد , دیکشنری تحلیلگران , وب اپلیکیشن , تحلیلگران , دیکشنری , آنلاین , آیفون , IOS , آموزش مجازی 4.56 : 2207
4.56دیکشنری آنلاین تحلیلگران (معنی charge)
دیکشنری تحلیلگران (وب اپلیکیشن، ویژه کاربران آیفون، IOS) | دیکشنری آنلاین تحلیلگران (معنی charge) | موسس و مدیر مسئول :