Invertext Online Technical Dictionary

charge

transitive verb  

cargar

Definition 1

Attribute.

Source: Concise Oxford Dictionary


Context: To capitalise an expenditure means to charge it to an asset account.

Source: www.scribd.com

Definition 2

Saddle, burden, encumber.

Source: Invertext, from Concise Oxford Dictionary


Context: The evidence from the husband is that collectively the property is very heavily charged with debt to the National Australia Bank. As at 14 May 2009 the total indebtedness to the bank was $2.7 million.

Source: www.familycourt.gov.au

Definition 3

Accuse, impute (person with action, fault upon person).

Source: Concise Oxford Dictionary


Context: The SEC previously charged Madoff and Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC (BMIS) as well as their auditors with committing securities fraud.

Source: Financial Times 22/06/2009 (SEC Press Release)

Definition 4

Load, fill to the full or proper extent (gun with explosive).

Source: Concise Oxford Dictionary


Context: We charged the cannons with powder and shot blanks repeatedly.

Source: Stonewall Speaks, Claude Brown (Google Books)

Definition 5

Feed accumulator with electricity.

Source: Concise Oxford Dictionary


Context: Once the battery is charged (the battery icon will stop animating), disconnect your iPod.

Source: support.apple.com

Appears in the following subjects

Banking, Accounting, Stock Markets