- charge account,
- charge card,
- charge carrier
Origin of charrette
Examples from the Web for charette
The name of one is not published; they say he was an ex-chief of Staff to Charette.The House of the Combrays|G. le Notre
The generals were hopelessly divided, and Charette would not leave his own territory.
Nothing worse can happen to them than to be killed like Lescure, or shot like Charette.The Companions of Jehu|Alexandre Dumas, pre
Bonchamps and Charette took the proposals seriously, and wished to accept them.
The charette, then, consists principally of two parts—the carriage, and the body.
also charrette, c.1400, "a chariot, a cart," from Old French charrete "wagon, small cart" (12c.), diminutive of charre (see car). Meaning "collaborative session" is by 1982.