charge [n1] accusation allegation, beef*, complaint, gripe, imputation, indictment, plaint, stink*; concepts 44,317 —Ant. exculpation, exoneration, freeing charge [n2] attack assault, blitz, blitzkrieg, invasion, mugging, onset, onslaught, outbreak, push, rush, sortie; concept 86 —Ant. retreat charge [n3] burden care, commitment, committal, concern, custody, deadweight, duty, millstone, must, need, obligation, office, onus, ought, responsibility, right, safekeeping, task, tax, trust, ward, weight; concepts 532,709 charge [n4] price asked for something amount, bad news*, bite, cost, damage, expenditure, expense, nick, outlay, payment, price, price tag, rate, squeeze, tab, tariff, tick; concept 329 charge [n5] command behest, bidding, dictate, direction, exhortation, injunction, instruction, mandate, order, precept, word; concepts 53,274 charge [n6] supervisory responsibility care, conduct, custody, handling, intendance, management, oversight, running, superintendence, superintendency, supervision, ward; concept 117 charge [v1] accuse arraign, blame, blow the whistle on*, censure, criminate, drag into court*, finger*, hang something on*, impeach, impugn, impute, incriminate, inculpate, indict, involve, peg, point the finger at*, reprehend, reproach, tax, turn on, whistle-blow*; concepts 44,317 —Ant. exculpate, exonerate, free charge [v2] attack assail, assault, blindside, bolt, buck, bushwhack*, chase, dash, invade, jump on, lunge, mug, rush, smash, stampede, storm, tear; concept 86 —Ant. retreat charge [v3] load, tax afflict, burden, choke, clog, commit, cram, crowd, cumber, encumber, entrust, fill, heap, impregnate, instill, lade, pack, penetrate, permeate, pervade, pile, ram, saddle, saturate, suffuse, transfuse, weigh; concepts 107,156,740 charge [v4] order something done adjure, ask, bid, command, direct, enjoin, entrust, exhort, instruct, request, require, solicit, tell, warn; concepts 53,78 charge [v5] ask a price demand, fix price at, impose, levy, price, require, sell for; concepts 330,345 —Ant. pay charge [v6] pay with credit card book, buy on credit, chalk up, cuff, debit, encumber, go into hock*, incur debt, nick*, paste*, put on account, put on one’s card, put on the cuff, put on the tab, receive credit, run up; concepts 327,330 —Ant. pay by check, pay cash

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