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  • 1 have charge of — index control (regulate), handle (manage), moderate (preside over), operate, overlook ( …

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  • 2 CHARGE syndrome — Classification and external resources Ear form characteristic of a person with CHARGE syndrome, along with her cochlear implant. OMIM 214 …

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  • 3 charge — charge1 W1S1 [tʃa:dʒ US tʃa:rdʒ] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(price)¦ 2¦(control)¦ 3¦(somebody/something you look after)¦ 4¦(crime)¦ 5¦(blame)¦ 6¦(attack)¦ 7¦(effort)¦ 8¦(electricity)¦ 9¦(explosive)¦ 10¦(strength of feelings)¦ …

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  • 4 charge — [c]/tʃadʒ / (say chahj) verb (charged, charging) –verb (t) 1. to put a load or burden on or in. 2. to fill or furnish (something) with the appropriate quantity of what it is designed to receive. 3. to supply a quantity of electricity to (a… …

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  • 5 Charge!! — Studio album by The Aquabats Released June 7, 20 …

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  • 6 charge — 1 n 1 a: something required: obligation b: personal management or supervision put the child in his charge c: a person or thing placed under the care of another 2: an authoritative instr …

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  • 7 Charge ordering — (CO) is a (first or second order) phase transition occurring mostly in strongly correlated materials such as transition metal oxides or organic conductors. Due to the strong interaction, the charge is localized on different sites leading to a… …

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  • 8 Charge — or charged may refer to: Charge (basketball), illegal contact by pushing or moving into another player s torso Charge (fanfare), a six note trumpet or bugle piece denoting the call to rush forward Charge (heraldry), any object depicted on a… …

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  • 9 charge conference — n. A meeting between a judge and the parties lawyers, after the parties have closed their cases and before the jury is charged, to determine the content of the instructions to the jury and to note any objections the lawyers may have to the… …

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  • 10 charge sth to sb's account — ► if you charge something to someone s account , the amount they have spent is recorded and they pay for it at a later time: »Charge the bill to my account, please. Main Entry: ↑charge …

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  • 11 have executive charge of — index administer (conduct), govern Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 12 have in one's charge — index control (regulate) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 13 have the charge of — index hold (possess) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 14 have got what it takes — have (got) what it takes ► to have the necessary qualities or abilities to do something: »Have you got what it takes to be in charge of a department? »If you don t have what it takes, you re not going to last long. Main Entry: ↑take …

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  • 15 have what it takes — have (got) what it takes ► to have the necessary qualities or abilities to do something: »Have you got what it takes to be in charge of a department? »If you don t have what it takes, you re not going to last long. Main Entry: ↑take …

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  • 16 charge account — charge ac,count noun count an account that you have with a store by which you buy goods with a charge card …

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  • 17 charge the earth — charge, cost, pay, etc. the ˈearth idiom (BrE, informal) to charge, etc. a lot of money • I d love that dress, but it costs the earth. • If you want a house in London, you ll have to pay the earth for it …

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  • 18 charge account — charge ac.count n AmE an account you have at a shop that allows you to take goods away with you now and pay later …

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  • 19 charge sheet — n a record kept in a police station of the names of people the police have stated may be guilty of a particular crime …

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  • 20 charge sheet — charge ,sheet noun count an official record in which the police write down the names of people they have accused of a crime …

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