|(Physics) deuteron (positively charged particle made up of a proton and a neutron)||deuton|
|(Physics, Chemistry) electrically charged atom formed by the loss or gain of an electron; electrically charged particle formed in a gas, electrically charged atom or atom group||ion|
|able to be charged, capable of being impeached, liable to be impeached; accusable, worthy of a criminal trial||impeachable|
|able to be charged, subject to a charge||chargeable|
|according to, activated; turned on, arranged or planned, as means of functioning, at a time, attached to something, by means of, carrying something, charged to, directed toward, during, forth; ahead; while continuing, functioning//ON, in contact with s...||on|
|act of storing, act of setting aside goods and materials for future use; space in which items can be stored; price charged for storing goods; memory (Computers), medium for storing data, price for storing, recharging of battery, space for storing, stor...||storage|
|act of stowing; cargo to be stowed; storage area; price charged for storing goods, fee for stowing, place or space for stowing, situation or arrangement of things packed, stowing of things, things stowed||stowage|
|additional tax, tax charged on something that is already taxed; tax imposed when an income exceeds a certain amount, another tax, charge somebody surtax, higher tax, supertax||surtax|
|additional, supplementary, charged for in addition, exceptionally, more, more and better, more than usual, nonspeaking movie actor, one who performs a secondary role in a film; special edition, pref. outside, external, something additional, something c...||extra|
|amount charged for bus ride, cost of travel (on a bus, taxi, or other vehicle)||carfare|
|An adjunct to a futuresexchange through which transactions executed on its floor are settled by a process of matching purchases and sales. A clearing organization is also charged with the proper conduct of delivery procedures and the adequate financing...||Clearinghouse|
|anticipation or tension, electric current, energy created by moving charged particles, type of energy which results from the existence of charged particles (used to produce light, heat, etc.)||electricity|
|antiparticle of proton, negatively charged proton (Physics)||antiproton|
|any of several solid mineral elements (such as gold, silver, copper, etc.) that are malleable under heat or pressure and can conduct heat and electricity; element yielding positively charged ions in watery solutions of its salts, fit with metal, gold o...||metal|
|attributed, credited; charged, accused, blamed||imputed|
|become full, busy with activity, charged with emotion, clean and thicken fabric during the manufacturing process, complete with nothing missing, completely, completely developed, completely so, directly or exactly, filled to capacity, fullest state, gr...||full|
|business of being an agent, business of mediation; commission earned by an agent, money charged by factor, work of a factor||factorage|
|by station-to-station call, charged from time of answer||station-to-station|
|can be charged with a crime (Law), liable to indictment, making somebody liable to indictment||indictable|
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