UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈtʃɑːrdʒd/US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(chärjd)

From the verb charge: (⇒ conjugate)
charged is: Click the infinitive to see all available inflections
v pastverb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed."
v past pverb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to form verbs--for example, "the locked door," "The door has been locked."
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Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. [the battery, my phone, this tablet, the device] is charged
  2. the [battery] is not charged (yet)
  3. is [completely, fully, partially] charged
  4. a charged [battery, phone]
  5. is [negatively, positively] charged
  6. a [negatively] -charged atom
  7. charged [particles, atoms]
  8. a highly-charged [crowd, atmosphere, mood, topic]
  9. a charged purchase
  10. guilty as charged
  11. a charged (and convicted) [criminal, suspect]
  12. is charged with [managing, overseeing, negotiating]
WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. a [service, shipping, delivery] charge
  2. an [unexpected, additional, erroneous] charge
  3. bank charges
  4. a charge for the [room, service]
  5. what is this charge for?
  6. a charge on my (credit) card
  7. has [been, made] a charge [on, to] my account
  8. a charge of [$50]
  9. a charge per [project, order, person, month]
  10. [without, free of] charge
  11. we'll [repair, replace] it at no charge
  12. have no battery charge (left)
  13. still have a (full) charge
  14. take charge of the [situation, project, room, company]
  15. am in charge here
  16. who is in charge here?
  17. during the enemy charge (on)
  18. [one, the] final charge for [victory, success]
  19. a [murder, robbery, grand larceny] charge
  20. the [police, court, defendant, neighbor] dropped the charges
  21. charges were [pressed, filed] against the (attacker)
  22. (tried) on charges of [robbery]
  23. the [coach's, tutor's, nurse's] charges
  24. the [coach] and his charges
  1. charge a [purchase, sale] (to)
  2. charge a [fee, fine]
  3. charge it [on, to] a credit card
  4. your card has been charged (with $50)
  5. charge [$50] to [clean the house, fix the washing machine]
  6. charged me ($50) [to, for]
  7. charged for a [service, product]
  8. don't charge for [television, internet, the gymnasium]
  9. charged us for using the [television]
  10. charged me for the use of the [television]
  11. charged me to use [the, her] [television]
  12. charged by the [company, doctor, repairman]
  13. police (have) charged him with [murder, assault, stealing]
  14. (suspect) is charged with [a crime, attempted murder]
  15. was charged with [murder]
  16. charge her with [overseeing security, the position of vice president]
  17. charge (up) your [MP3 player, battery, phone]
  18. charge your [MP3 player] up
  19. charge your account (with)
  20. the [soldiers, horsemen, cavalry, army] charged the enemy
  21. charged past (the)
  22. came charging in (on horses)
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