- having an electric charge.；filled with excitement, tension, or emotion
- 1. having an electric charge.
- ▪ filled with excitement, tension, or emotion the highly charged atmosphere created by the boycott
- demand (an amount) as a price from someone for a service rendered or goods supplied: he charged me 2 euros for the postcard the restaurant charged $15 for dinner
- a price asked for goods or services: an admission charge
Oxford American Dictionary
- demand (an amount) as a price for a service rendered or goods supplied: wedding planners may charge an hourly fee of up to £150 he charged me five dollars for the wine
- a price asked for goods or services: our standard charge for a letter is £25
- filled with great excitement, tension, or emotion: the highly charged atmosphere of the Watergate period
- (of an event, situation, etc.) filled with strong feelings or tension: a thrilling, emotion-charged, five-set final the current emotion-charged discussion around parenting
- (of a primary school) having only one teacher: for children who were lucky enough to have a gifted teacher a sole-charge school provided a good experience
- a record made in a police station of the charges against a person.
- formally accuse (someone) of committing an offence; charge: police had chargesheeted forty-eight people in the case
- a headlong rush made by police officers with drawn truncheons, typically used in riot control ... riot police fired tear gas and launched baton charges at protesters
- charge at (a group of people) with drawn truncheons: police baton-charged the crowd
- an expense or effective cost arising from unproductive assets such as stored goods or ...
- having an electric charge.