Charges synonyms

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(Psychoanalysis) the concentration of libido or emotional energy on a single object or idea
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A source or cause of pleasure or excitement:
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A sudden flood or rush of feeling; a thrill of excitement, animation, etc.
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(Football) An attempt to advance the ball from scrimmage by carrying it.
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A kick
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The matter or task so authorized:
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A mission established abroad.
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A division in a hospital for the care of a particular group of patients.
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Keeping; care; custody
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(Military) The obligation for the proper custody, care, and safekeeping of property or funds entrusted to the possession or supervision of an individual. (JP 1-02 Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms).
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An official or authoritative command; an order or injunction; a commission; a judicial precept.
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(Law) The essential part of a complaint or accusation
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A simultaneous or rapid and continuous discharge of many firearms
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A guarding or keeping safe; care; protection; guardianship
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Scoring ability or potential:
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Sexual assault.
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A jolting recoil:
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(Figuratively, informal) A good time; an enjoyable moment.
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A round of beef.
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(Informal) A quick sharp blow:
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An amount paid or required in payment for a purchase; a price.
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The definition of a debit is a payment made, or a payment owed.
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An arrangement for deferred payment of a loan or purchase:
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(Card Games) A card that can win a trick and thus gain the lead
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A command or direction; an order:
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A sequence or arrangement of successive things:
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An order; direction; mandate
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(Countable and uncountable) A requirement for something.
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(Mil., etc.) An assigned period of responsibility, as a watch or sentry duty
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A duty, obligation, or responsibility.
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Genetic load.
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A fee paid for some liberty or privilege, particularly for the privilege of passing over a bridge or on a highway, or for that of vending goods in a fair, market, etc.
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A fixed sum charged, as by an institution or by law, for a privilege:
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Total cost or expenses
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A reward offered for the capture or killing of a person:
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The definition of appoint is to choose an individual for a position or office.
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To cause to be conveyed by an intermediary to a destination:
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To make into, treat as, or give the character of an institution to:
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To order a person’s placement in, or to send a person to, a hospital, mental health facility, prison, or similar institution, especially pursuant to court order.
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To deliver (merchandise, for example) for custody or sale.
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To stroke bill against bill, with reference to doves; to caress in fondness.
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To dislodge or throw by bucking
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To grow; to advance.
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(Often with off or out) To remove by tearing.
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To arouse strong feeling in:
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To rouse is to bring someone out of sleep, or to stir up an emotion.
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To excite or disturb the feelings of
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To sharpen to a point, as a pencil
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To adjust or adapt to a certain level.
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To initiate (a lawsuit):
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To register (a charge or complaint, for example) before an authority, such as a court; file.
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To prosecute.
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(Idiomatic) To burden or encumber.
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To accuse of being at fault; condemn (for something); censure
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To give a transfusion to
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To spread through or over something, especially as a liquid, colour or light; to perfuse.
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(Chem.) To cause (a substance) to combine to the full extent of its combining capacity with another; neutralize
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(Now Rare) To pass through; spread or be diffused throughout
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To enter and spread through; to pervade.
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To fertilize (an ovum, for example).
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In general, to act in a way which results in an object becoming completely permeated or impregnated by some quality.
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To transport as or send by freight
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To keep or have on one's person:
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To encumber is defined as to restrain, weigh down, hinder or obstruct.
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(Literally) To credit.
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To lift or balance (an object) in the hand or hands, in order to estimate its heaviness or weight
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To sell at a lower price than or to work for lower wages or fees than (a competitor).
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Tax is defined as to make people pay a percentage of money to the government.
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A wind with a speed from 103 to 117 km (64 to 73 mi) per hour, rating 11 on the Beaufort scale.
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Rate is defined as to judge or estimate the value of something.
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To present (a charge) against a defendant before a court:
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To penetrate is to pass into or through something.
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(Intransitive) to fail due to excessive load
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To impose (a tax or fine) to collect monies due, or to confiscate property
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To enter by force in order to conquer.
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To order or direct
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To accuse of a crime or other wrongful act.
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To assign as a characteristic; credit:
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To establish or apply as compulsory; levy:
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To formally charge (a public official) with malfeasance in office
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Gripe is defined as to experience sharp intestinal pain, or to complain.
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To mark (a score) with directions for the way to use the fingers
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To discharge the duties of; occupy:
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To urge by strong, often stirring argument, admonition, advice, or appeal:
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To order or compel to stop or prohibit commencement of an activity; of a judge: to grant a court order directing a party to cease a particular activity.
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To claim as just or due:
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To incur damage
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To punish, esp. by beating
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To have due claim to; call for:
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To offer or propose (an amount) as a price.
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1590, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, III.ii:
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To charge or invest with a trust or duty
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In a direct manner; directly
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To supply with an electric current.
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(Archaic) To fill; to complete; to supply fully.
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To attack verbally, as with ridicule or censure.
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To demand, to insist upon (having); to call for authoritatively. [from 14th c.]
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To direct the attention of.
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To place or give (importance):
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To regard as arising from a particular cause or source; ascribe:
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To allot or give something as a task.
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To ascribe is to give credit for something to a specific cause or person.
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To announce the termination of; especially a treaty or armistice.
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To communicate by speech or writing; express with words:
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(Statistics) To assign a weight to in a frequency distribution
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To burden or oppress; weigh down.
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(Dated) To slow down, to hinder, to burden.
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To add or increase to abundance or to a point of burdensomeness:
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To fill up with items:
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To fill (a plate, dry measure, etc.) full or to overflowing
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To bind by a promise or agreement
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To bind by a contract, promise, sense of duty, etc.; put under obligation
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(Intransitive) To exert a binding or restraining influence.
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A consumer complaint.
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Supervision is the act or process of directing a person or group of people.
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Watchful care or management; supervision.
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A fierce attack.
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(Medicine) The initial phase of a disease or condition, in which symptoms first become apparent.
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A social, legal, or moral requirement, duty, contract, or promise that compels someone to follow or avoid a particular course of action.
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(Management) The executives of an organisation, especially senior executives.
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A writ or order from a court prohibiting a person or group from carrying out a given action, or ordering a given action to be done
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A document or other communication that makes accusations of wrongdoing or describes an unacceptable situation:
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A taking advantage of friendship, etc.
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The act, or an instance, of ascribing a quality, characteristic, quotation, artistic work, or other thing to someone or something.
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(Law) An assertion, made in a pleading, that its maker proposes to support with evidence
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A formal charge of criminal wrongdoing against a person or corporation. See also indictment, information and presentment.
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A formal oral or written declaration, especially with regard to facts or claims:
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A judge’s advice, cautionary statement, direction, reprimand, or warning to a jury, lawyer, party, spectator, or witness regarding any matter that arises during a judicial proceeding.
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An invading or being invaded
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The act of assessing; appraisal.
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The reporting of a person to the authorities for possible criminal prosecution.
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(Countable) An order or command.
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A general instruction or order issued authoritatively
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An authoritative command or order; mandate; precept; specif., any of the Ten Commandments
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A period of temporary custody while awaiting trial.
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The definition of confinement is the action or state of being contained or kept in a place or situation.
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One who relies on another, especially for financial support.
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Something that is absolutely required or indispensable:
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A rule, principle, or need that requires or compels certain action:
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The definition of a commitment is a promise or agreement to do something.
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A signal for such a withdrawal
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To shoot:
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To remove the load or cargo from (a vehicle, etc.).
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To transfer or pour off completely:
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The definition of absolve is to be forgiven for your sins or to be set free of all of the legal or moral consequences of your actions.
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(Intransitive) To be profitable or worth the effort.
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To free from blame.
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To remove obstructions or entanglements from; clear:
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To free from blame; declare or prove guiltless
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A retreat or retirement:
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An act of disburdening, discharging, or freeing morally from a charge or imputation
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Vindication is the feeling that someone’s opinion or belief was justified.
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The definition of approach refers to the process of going towards something.
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Any definite or indefinite sum of money
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To be sold; attract buyers: often used with reference to the rate of sale
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To criticize harshly
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(Reflexive) To devote or apply (oneself).
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The act of administering; management; specif., the management of governmental or institutional affairs
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Enjoyment is defined as a state of feeling pleasure and joy, or is defined as something that causes you to experience pleasure and joy.
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That which is spoken; utterance, remark, statement, talk, conversation, etc.
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A substance, especially a prepared chemical, that explodes or causes explosion.
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A statement describing a relationship observed to be invariable between or among phenomena for all cases in which the specified conditions are met:
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A sudden, often vehement outburst:
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