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Most clubs charge for the use of tennis courts.
You will be charged a small fee for food and lodging.
They charged us £20 for three drinks.
All calls are charged at 36p per minute.
The flights were charged to his personal account.
Guests can make phone calls and charge them to their rooms.
I decided to charge it, since I didn’t have any cash on me.
Two men have been charged in connection with the fire.
The police have charged him with murder.
The report charges cars with being responsible for half of the century’s air pollution problems.
Republicans blocked Lee’s nomination, charging that he was unqualified for the job.
The colonel gave the order to charge.
The security men panicked as angry fans charged towards them.
The door flew open and Penny charged into the room.
problems caused by large lorries charging around country lanes
The phone won’t work if it isn’t charged up.
The company has been charged with maintaining our computer systems.
I would ask you all to charge your glasses and join me in a toast to Max and Sue.
If the debtor refuses to pay you the money, you can ask the court to charge their land or property.