Garcia: Good timing, boy genius. I have the 4-1-1 on our second victim. The Jane Doe is Belinda Cameron. She was brought up on shoplifting, solicitation charges, but she recently entered rehab in an effort to turn her life around.
You can use the word "charge" when buying something with a credit card:
They charged their purchases with a credit card.
Can I charge this?
(这句话等同于：Can I use my credit card to make a purchase?)我可以用信用卡付款吗？
Do you have a charge card?
Sheila charged everything with her MasterCard.
You can also use the word "charge" when asking about the price of something, or when describing any amount of money that's involved in a purchase:
How much do you charge for a repair?
Dan found an extra charge on his bill, but he didn't know what it was for.
There's no charge for using this website. It's free.
Another meaning for "charge" is when something or someone moves forward very quickly:
Two armies charged at each other on a battlefield and the result was a bloodbath.
Our company is charging forward with plans for a new line of products.
charged at full speed towards a couple of tourists taking pictures of it.
When a battery runs low on power, it needs to be charged. We also use the word "charge" when describing electricity:
I can feel some sort of an electric charge coming from my laptop. What's wrong with it?
Is there a place where I can charge my cell phone?
Her phone is fully charged.
Doug needs to charge the batteries for his camera.
The dead battery in Nicoletta's car needs to be recharged.
Put the preposition "in" before "charge" and you get "in charge." Use this when assigning responsibility:
Who's in charge of making decisions in your office?
Parents in charge of a lot of children are constantly busy.
The manager in charge of the store apologized to the customer who was treated unfairly.