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Adjective
/CHärjd/,
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Having an electric charge,
  1. Having an electric charge

  2. Filled with excitement, tension, or emotion
    • - the highly charged atmosphere created by the boycott

  1. of a particle or body or system; having a net amount of positive or negative electric charge; "charged particles"; "a charged battery"
  2. fraught with great emotion; "an atmosphere charged with excitement"; "an emotionally charged speech"
  3. aerated: supplied with carbon dioxide
  4. capable of producing violent emotion or arousing controversy; "the highly charged issue of abortion"
  5. (charge) an impetuous rush toward someone or something; "the wrestler's charge carried him past his adversary"; "the battle began with a cavalry charge"
  6. (charge) to make a rush at or sudden attack upon, as in battle; "he saw Jess charging at him with a pitchfork"
  7. Charged is the second full-length album by stoner rock band Nebula. It was released in 2001 and was the band's last album on Sub Pop records before switching to Liquor And Poker. This is also the last album featuring former Fu Manchu bandmate, Mark Abshire, on Bass. ...
  8. (Charge!) Charge!! is the fifth album by The Aquabats. The album marked the band's debut on Nitro Records, and was followed by their first national tour in several years. The album was very similar in sound to the previous year's EP, Yo, Check Out This Ride!. ...
  9. Chargé is a commune in the Indre-et-Loire department in central France.
  10. (Charge (basketball)) In basketball, a personal foul is a breach of the rules that concerns illegal personal contact with an opponent. It is the most common type of foul in basketball. Due to the nature of the game, personal fouls occur on occasion and are not always regarded as unsportsmanlike. ...
  11. (Charge (bugle call)) Charge is a bugle call which signals to execute a charge: gallop forward into harm's way with deadly intent. A simple unmistakable call, it was even recognizable by experienced horses.
  12. (Charge (chemistry)) An ion is an atom or molecule in which the total number of electrons is not equal to the total number of protons, giving it a net positive or negative electrical charge. ...
  13. (charge) responsibility; Someone or something entrusted to one's care, such as a child to a babysitter or a student to a teacher; A load or burden; cargo; The amount of money levied for a service; An instruction; A ground attack against a prepared enemy; An accusation; An electric charge; An ...
  14. (Charge) An electrical property of particles, such as electrons and protons, which causes them to attract and repel each other. A material with an excess of electrons is defined to have a “negative” charge; material with an absence of electrons (or an excess of protons) is defined as “positive. ...
  15. (Charge) The name given to a mortgage document when title is registered under the Land Titles Act.
  16. (Charge) a mortgage deed which lenders (building societies, banks etc) require borrowers to sign. It is registered against the property until the loan is repaid and the charge is removed.
  17. (Charge) In criminal law, the crime a person is accused of.
  18. (Charge) (over property) - The term used to describe any right established over a borrower's property to secure a debt or performance of an obligation.
  19. (charge) harmful energy or force contained in mental image pictures of experiences painful or upsetting to the person, which is handled in auditing.
  20. (Charge) The appropriation of real or personal property for the discharge of a debt without giving the creditor any property in, or possession of, the subject of security. (Back to Debt Glossary)
  21. (charge) The statement accusing a person of committing a particular crime. Also the judge’s instructions to jury on its duties, on the law involved in the case and on how the law in the case must be applied. The charge is always given just before jury deliberations.
  22. (Charge) A financial debt or liability affecting the property.
  23. (Charge) The process of replenishing or replacing the electrical charge in a rechargeable cell or battery. see also Electric charge
  24. (Charge) Electricity produced by a surplus (positive) or shortage (negative) of electrons in an object.
  25. (Charge) to infuse energy into an object.