a person or thing that charges.
a horse of a kind suitable to be ridden in battle.
Electricity. an apparatus that charges storage batteries.
a large, shallow dish for liquids.
a person or thing that charges
a large strong horse formerly ridden into battle
a device for charging or recharging an accumulator or rechargeable battery
(antiques) a large dish for serving at table or for display
late 15c., “one who loads,” agent noun from charge (v.). Meaning “horse ridden in charging” is from 1762.
A driver,espofa hot rod (1950s+ Hot rodders)
a bowl or deep dish. The silver vessels given by the heads of the tribes for the services of the tabernacle are so named (Num. 7:13, etc.). The “charger” in which the Baptist’s head was presented was a platter or flat wooden trencher (Matt. 14:8, 11; Mark 6:25, 28). The chargers of gold and silver of Ezra 1:9 were probably basins for receiving the blood of sacrifices.
to impose or ask as a price or fee: That store charges $25 for leather gloves. to impose on or ask of (someone) a price or fee: He didn’t charge me for it. to defer payment for (a purchase) until a bill is rendered by the creditor: The store let me charge the coat. to […]
Shari. noun a river in N central Africa, rising in the N Central African Republic and flowing north to Lake Chad. Length: about 2250 km (1400 miles)
one of the Graces, married to Hephaestus. singular of Charites. Shari. the ancient Greek name for the Graces. noun a river in N central Africa, rising in the N Central African Republic and flowing north to Lake Chad. Length: about 2250 km (1400 miles)
noun a group of languages of E Africa, now generally regarded as a branch of the Nilo-Saharan family, spoken in parts of the Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaïre), Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, and adjacent countries adjective relating to or belonging to this group of languages