an additional charge, tax, or cost.
an excessive sum or price charged.
an additional or excessive load or burden.
an overprint that alters or restates the face value or denomination of a stamp to which it has been applied.
a stamp bearing such an overprint.
act of surcharging.
verb (used with object), surcharged, surcharging.
to subject to an additional or extra charge, tax, cost, etc. (for payment).
to overcharge for goods.
to show an omission in (an account) of something that operates as a charge against the accounting party; to omit a credit toward (an account).
Philately. to print a surcharge on (a stamp).
to put an additional or excessive burden upon.
a charge in addition to the usual payment, tax, etc
an excessive sum charged, esp when unlawful
an extra and usually excessive burden or supply
(law) the act or an instance of surcharging
an overprint that alters the face value of a postage stamp
verb (transitive) (sɜːˈtʃɑːdʒ; ˈsɜːˌtʃɑːdʒ)
to charge an additional sum, tax, etc
to overcharge (a person) for something
to put an extra physical burden upon; overload
to fill to excess; overwhelm
(law) to insert credits that have been omitted in (an account)
to overprint a surcharge on (a stamp)
noun 1. a belt or girth that passes around the belly of a horse and over the blanket, pack, saddle, etc., and is buckled on the horse’s back. 2. a beltlike fastening for a garment, especially a cassock. noun 1. a girth for a horse which goes around the body, used esp with a racing […]
noun 1. a garment worn over medieval armor, often embroidered with heraldic arms. 2. an outer coat or other outer garment. noun 1. a tunic, often embroidered with heraldic arms, worn by a knight over his armour during the Middle Ages 2. an outer coat or other garment
adjective, Botany. 1. producing suckers. adjective 1. (of a plant) bearing suckers
adjective 1. Phonetics. voiceless (opposed to sonant). 2. Mathematics. (of a quantity) not capable of being expressed in rational numbers; irrational. noun 3. Phonetics. a voiceless consonant (opposed to sonant). 4. Mathematics. a surd quantity. noun 1. (maths) an expression containing one or more irrational roots of numbers, such as 2√3 + 3√2 + 6 […]