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recharge

[ verb ree-chahrj; noun ree-chahrj, ree-chahrj ]
/ verb ri藞t蕛蓱rd蕭; noun ri藞t蕛蓱rd蕭, 藞ri藢t蕛蓱rd蕭 /
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Definition of recharge

verb (used with object), re路charged, re路charg路ing.
to charge again with electricity.
Informal. to refresh or restore; revitalize.
verb (used without object), re路charged, re路charg路ing.
to make a new charge, especially to attack again.
Informal. to revive or restore energy, stamina, enthusiasm, etc.
noun
an act or instance of recharging.
Geology. the processes by which groundwater is absorbed into the zone of saturation.See also water table (def. 1).
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Origin of recharge

First recorded in 1400鈥50; late Middle English: 鈥渢o reload (a vessel)鈥; see re-, charge

OTHER WORDS FROM recharge

re路charg路er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for recharge

recharge
/ (ri藧藞t蕛蓱藧d蕭) /

verb (tr)
to cause (an accumulator, capacitor, etc) to take up and store electricity again
to revive or renew (one's energies) (esp in recharge one's batteries)

Derived forms of recharge

rechargeable, adjective
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