that may or should be charged:
liable to be accused or held responsible; indictable:
He was held chargeable for the theft.
liable to become a charge on the public.
charged or liable to be charged
liable to result in a legal charge
late 15c., “burdensome,” from charge (v.) + -able. Sense of “subject to a tax or payment” is from 1610s; that of “liable to be made an expense” is from 1640s; that of “liable to be charged” (with an offense, etc.) is from 1660s.
- Chargeable asset
noun any asset that can give rise to assessment for capital gains tax on its disposal. Exempt assets include principal private residences, cars, investments held in a personal equity plan, and government securities
- Chargeable transfer
noun a transfer of value made as a gift during a person’s lifetime that is not covered by a specific exemption and therefore gives rise to liability under inheritance tax
Banking. a debit to a depositor’s account for an item that has been previously credited, as for a returned bad check. noun the return of funds by a seller to a buyer’s debit or credit card account noun in banking, a debit to a depositor’s account for an item that has been previously credited, as […]
intense; impassioned: an emotionally charged speech. fraught with emotion: the charged atmosphere of the room. capable of producing violent emotion, arousing controversy, etc.: the highly charged issue of birth control. Electricity. pertaining to a particle, body, or system possessing a net amount of positive or negative electric charge. to impose or ask as a price […]