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Detailed Translations for charges from English to French

charges:


charges form of charge:

to charge verbe (charges, charged, charging)

  1. to charge (invoice; bill)
    facturer; compter
    • facturer verbe (facture, factures, facturons, facturez, )
    • compter verbe (compte, comptes, comptons, comptez, )
  2. to charge (accuse; charge with; incriminate; imputate; denounce)
    accuser; dénoncer; charger; inculper; incriminer; imputer
    • accuser verbe (accuse, accuses, accusons, accusez, )
    • dénoncer verbe (dénonce, dénonces, dénonçons, dénoncez, )
    • charger verbe (charge, charges, chargeons, chargez, )
    • inculper verbe (inculpe, inculpes, inculpons, inculpez, )
    • incriminer verbe (incrimine, incrimines, incriminons, incriminez, )
    • imputer verbe (impute, imputes, imputons, imputez, )
  3. to charge (over-act)
    accuser; inculper; incriminer
    • accuser verbe (accuse, accuses, accusons, accusez, )
    • inculper verbe (inculpe, inculpes, inculpons, inculpez, )
    • incriminer verbe (incrimine, incrimines, incriminons, incriminez, )
  4. to charge (incriminate; accuse; insinuate)
    soupçonner; accuser; suspecter; charger; imputer; inculper; incriminer
    • soupçonner verbe (soupçonne, soupçonnes, soupçonnons, soupçonnez, )
    • accuser verbe (accuse, accuses, accusons, accusez, )
    • suspecter verbe (suspecte, suspectes, suspectons, suspectez, )
    • charger verbe (charge, charges, chargeons, chargez, )
    • imputer verbe (impute, imputes, imputons, imputez, )
    • inculper verbe (inculpe, inculpes, inculpons, inculpez, )
    • incriminer verbe (incrimine, incrimines, incriminons, incriminez, )
  5. to charge (command; order)
    ordonner; décréter; assigner; dévouer; régir; charger; commander; sommer; consacrer à; obliger à; diriger
    • ordonner verbe (ordonne, ordonnes, ordonnons, ordonnez, )
    • décréter verbe (décrète, décrètes, décrétons, décrétez, )
    • assigner verbe (assigne, assignes, assignons, assignez, )
    • dévouer verbe (dévoue, dévoues, dévouons, dévouez, )
    • régir verbe (régis, régit, régissons, régissez, )
    • charger verbe (charge, charges, chargeons, chargez, )
    • commander verbe (commande, commandes, commandons, commandez, )
    • sommer verbe (somme, sommes, sommons, sommez, )
    • consacrer à verbe
    • obliger à verbe
    • diriger verbe (dirige, diriges, dirigeons, dirigez, )
  6. to charge (levy)
    encaisser
    • encaisser verbe (encaisse, encaisses, encaissons, encaissez, )
  7. to charge (decree; dedicate; commission; )
    dicter; ordonner; prescrire; enjoindre
    • dicter verbe (dicte, dictes, dictons, dictez, )
    • ordonner verbe (ordonne, ordonnes, ordonnons, ordonnez, )
    • prescrire verbe (prescris, prescrit, prescrivons, prescrivez, )
    • enjoindre verbe (enjoins, enjoint, enjoignons, enjoignez, )
  8. to charge (order; ordain)
    ordonner; prescrire; commander; dicter
    • ordonner verbe (ordonne, ordonnes, ordonnons, ordonnez, )
    • prescrire verbe (prescris, prescrit, prescrivons, prescrivez, )
    • commander verbe (commande, commandes, commandons, commandez, )
    • dicter verbe (dicte, dictes, dictons, dictez, )
  9. to charge (accuse; charge with)

Conjugations for charge:

present
  1. charge
  2. charge
  3. charges
  4. charge
  5. charge
  6. charge
simple past
  1. charged
  2. charged
  3. charged
  4. charged
  5. charged
  6. charged
present perfect
  1. have charged
  2. have charged
  3. has charged
  4. have charged
  5. have charged
  6. have charged
past continuous
  1. was charging
  2. were charging
  3. was charging
  4. were charging
  5. were charging
  6. were charging
future
  1. shall charge
  2. will charge
  3. will charge
  4. shall charge
  5. will charge
  6. will charge
continuous present
  1. am charging
  2. are charging
  3. is charging
  4. are charging
  5. are charging
  6. are charging
subjunctive
  1. be charged
  2. be charged
  3. be charged
  4. be charged
  5. be charged
  6. be charged
diverse
  1. charge!
  2. let's charge!
  3. charged
  4. charging
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

charge [the ~] nom

  1. the charge (accusation; indictment; complaint; insinuation)
    l'inculpation; l'accusation; la plainte; le plaintes; la doléances; l'insinuation; la réclamation; l'imputation
  2. the charge (report; statement)
    la procès-verbal; la notation; la note
  3. the charge (electrical charge; static electricity; static)
    la charge; le chargement
  4. the charge
    l'accusation
  5. the charge
    – The incidental cost of product acquisition or product delivery. 1
    le frais

Translation Matrix for charge:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
accusation accusation; charge; complaint; indictment; insinuation a charge against; accusation; accusing; allegation; allusion; hint; imputation; innuendo; insinuation
charge charge; electrical charge; static; static electricity assault; attack; burden; cargo; carrying-traffic; charges; chartering; duties; freight; freighting; freightment; goods-traffic; load; loading; raid; road transport; run; rush; scaling; shipment; storming; tax; tax collectors office; taxes; transfer; transport; transportation; weight
chargement charge; electrical charge; static; static electricity cargo; carrying-traffic; charging; chartering; embarkation; enshipment; entraining; freighting; freightment; goods-traffic; load; loading; road transport; transfer; transport; transportation; waggonload
doléances accusation; charge; complaint; indictment; insinuation complaining; complaint; crying; howling; lamentations; lamenting; making complaints; moaning; sobbing; wailing; whimpering; whining; yelping
frais charge chill; cold snap; cool; cooling; coolness; cost; costs; dues; expense; expenses; fee; legal charges; levy; spending; tax
imputation accusation; charge; complaint; indictment; insinuation a charge against; accusation; allusion; hint; innuendo; insinuation; post
inculpation accusation; charge; complaint; indictment; insinuation a charge against; accusation; allegation; allusion; betrayal; denunciation; hint; imputation; innuendo; insinuation; treachery; treason
insinuation accusation; charge; complaint; indictment; insinuation a charge against; accusation; allegation; allusion; hint; imputation; innuendo; insinuation
notation charge; report; statement annotation; mentioning; notation; note; quotation; record; report; scrawl; scribble; statement
note charge; report; statement account; annotation; bill; business note; chit; foot-note; grade; grading mark; intonation; invoice; mark; memorandum; mentioning; note; pitch; reminder; report; report mark; scrawl; scribble; scribbling; short letter; slip of paper; sound; statement; term result; timber; timbre; tone; tone colour
plainte accusation; charge; complaint; indictment; insinuation appeal; complaining; complaint; dirge; jeremiad; lamentation; making complaints; objection; opposition; petition; reporting something; resistance
plaintes accusation; charge; complaint; indictment; insinuation beefing; bleating; complaining; complaint; crying; grumbling; howling; lamentation; lamentations; lamenting; making complaints; moaning; sobbing; wailing; whimpering; whining; yammering; yelping
procès-verbal charge; report; statement fine; minutes; penalty; ticket
réclamation accusation; charge; complaint; indictment; insinuation action; appeal; claim; claiming; complaint; demand; dunning letter; legal claim; objection; opposition; petition; query; reclamation; reminder; request; resistance
sommer giving notice of; notifying
- accusation; armorial bearing; bang; bearing; billing; boot; burster; bursting charge; care; cathexis; commission; complaint; direction; electric charge; explosive charge; flush; guardianship; heraldic bearing; kick; mission; rush; thrill; tutelage
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
accuser accuse; charge; charge with; denounce; imputate; incriminate; insinuate; over-act discredit someone; disparage someone; impute; smear someone
accuser de accuse; charge; charge with
assigner charge; command; order allocate; allot; assign; bestow on; confer; give; subpoena; summon
charger accuse; charge; charge with; command; denounce; imputate; incriminate; insinuate; order aggravate; blow up; burden; charge with electricity; exaggerate; fill; freight; heap up; heighten; impute; lade; load; load a gun; make heavier; overdo; recharge; ship; weight
commander charge; command; ordain; order be in command of; bid; command; dictate; direct; exercise authority; exert power; extort; instruct; lead; order; preside; reign; rule; take the lead
compter bill; charge; invoice add up; calculate; count; count in; count off; figure in; include
consacrer à charge; command; order dedicate; devote
dicter charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; exert power; force; ordain; order; rule dictate; order
diriger charge; command; order administer; be in command of; command; direct; drive; exercise authority; exert power; guide; head for; lead; lead up to; manage; operate; order; pilot through; point the direction; preside; reign; ride; rule; run; take the lead
décréter charge; command; order call; decree; give notice of; ordain; order; proclaim; to declare; to decree; to ordain
dénoncer accuse; charge; charge with; denounce; imputate; incriminate betray; blab; denounce; disclose; give away; inform against; peach; report; reveal; squeak; squeal; tattle; tell tales
dévouer charge; command; order
encaisser charge; levy cash; claim; collect money; demand
enjoindre charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; exert power; force; order; rule
facturer bill; charge; invoice
imputer accuse; charge; charge with; denounce; imputate; incriminate; insinuate ascribe; attribute; hand to; impute; say for
incriminer accuse; charge; charge with; denounce; imputate; incriminate; insinuate; over-act
inculper accuse; charge; charge with; denounce; imputate; incriminate; insinuate; over-act
inculper de accuse; charge; charge with
obliger à charge; command; order compel; force; oblige; oblige to
ordonner charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; exert power; force; ordain; order; rule be in command of; call; command; decree; dictate; dictate a letter; give notice of; list all the points; ordain; order; preside; proclaim; take the lead
prescrire charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; exert power; force; ordain; order; rule bid; dictate; direct; instruct; order
régir charge; command; order exercise authority; exert power; order; reign; rule
sommer charge; command; order announce; call upon; dun; exhort; give notice of; remind; remind forcefully; remind strongly; send for; subpoena; summon; urge
soupçonner accuse; charge; incriminate; insinuate bet with shares; conjecture; speculate
suspecter accuse; charge; incriminate; insinuate
- accuse; agitate; appoint; bear down; bill; blame; buck; burden; charge up; commit; commove; consign; excite; file; institutionalise; institutionalize; level; load; lodge; point; rouse; saddle; send; shoot; shoot down; tear; turn on
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- charging; custody; imputation; keeping; safekeeping
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
frais airy; chilli; chilly; cool; cooled; coolly; fresh; freshly-baked; frozen; little fresh; new; somewhat cold; too fresh

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Related Definitions for "charge":

  1. a special assignment that is given to a person or group2
    • his charge was deliver a message2
  2. attention and management implying responsibility for safety2
  3. an impetuous rush toward someone or something2
    • the wrestler's charge carried him past his adversary2
    • the battle began with a cavalry charge2
  4. a quantity of explosive to be set off at one time2
    • this cartridge has a powder charge of 50 grains2
  5. heraldry consisting of a design or image depicted on a shield2
  6. (criminal law) a pleading describing some wrong or offense2
    • he was arrested on a charge of larceny2
  7. an assertion that someone is guilty of a fault or offence2
    • the newspaper published charges that Jones was guilty of drunken driving2
  8. a formal statement of a command or injunction to do something2
    • the judge's charge to the jury2
  9. request for payment of a debt2
    • they submitted their charges at the end of each month2
  10. the swift release of a store of affective force2
  11. (psychoanalysis) the libidinal energy invested in some idea or person or object2
    • Freud thought of cathexis as a psychic analog of an electrical charge2
  12. a person committed to your care2
    • the teacher led her charges across the street2
  13. the quantity of unbalanced electricity in a body (either positive or negative) and construed as an excess or deficiency of electrons2
    • the battery needed a fresh charge2
  14. the price charged for some article or service2
    • the admission charge2
  15. financial liabilities (such as a tax)2
    • the charges against the estate2
  16. saturate2
    • The room was charged with tension and anxiety2
  17. energize a battery by passing a current through it in the direction opposite to discharge2
    • I need to charge my car battery2
  18. cause formation of a net electrical charge in or on2
    • charge a conductor2
  19. set or ask for a certain price2
    • How much do you charge for lunch?2
    • This fellow charges $100 for a massage2
  20. attribute responsibility to2
    • The tragedy was charged to her inexperience2
  21. instruct or command with authority2
    • The teacher charged the children to memorize the poem2
  22. instruct (a jury) about the law, its application, and the weighing of evidence2
  23. impose a task upon, assign a responsibility to2
    • He charged her with cleaning up all the files over the weekend2
  24. blame for, make a claim of wrongdoing or misbehavior against2
    • he charged the director with indifference2
  25. make an accusatory claim2
    • The defense attorney charged that the jurors were biased2
  26. file a formal charge against2
    • The suspect was charged with murdering his wife2
  27. to make a rush at or sudden attack upon, as in battle2
    • he saw Jess charging at him with a pitchfork2
  28. direct into a position for use2
    • He charged his weapon at me2
  29. fill or load to capacity2
    • charge the wagon with hay2
  30. provide (a device) with something necessary2
  31. place a heraldic bearing on2
    • charge all weapons, shields, and banners2
  32. cause to be agitated, excited, or roused2
    • The speaker charged up the crowd with his inflammatory remarks2
  33. lie down on command, of hunting dogs2
  34. move quickly and violently2
    • He came charging into my office2
  35. pay with a credit card; pay with plastic money; postpone payment by recording a purchase as a debt2
    • Will you pay cash or charge the purchase?2
  36. demand payment2
    • Will I get charged for this service?2
  37. enter a certain amount as a charge2
    • he charged me $152
  38. give over to another for care or safekeeping2
  39. cause to be admitted; of persons to an institution2
  40. assign a duty, responsibility or obligation to2
    • She was charged with supervising the creation of a concordance2
  41. The incidental cost of product acquisition or product delivery.1

Wiktionary Translations for charge:

charge
verb
  1. cricket: to take a few steps down the pitch towards the bowler as he delivers the ball
  2. to move forward forcefully
  3. to cause to take on an electric charge
  4. to formally accuse of a crime
  5. to assign a debit to an account
  6. to pay on account
  7. to load equipment with material required for its use
  8. to place a burden upon, to assign a duty
  9. to assign a duty to
noun
  1. load or burden
  2. amount of money levied for a service
  3. instruction
  4. ground attack
  5. accusation
  6. electric charge
  7. measured amount of powder and/or shot
charge
noun
  1. action en justice par laquelle on accuser quelqu’un.
  2. attaque pour emporter de vif force une ville, une place de guerre, une position, etc.
  3. ce dont on est chargé : magistrature, poste
  4. lourde attaque contre un ennemi
  5. accusation formulée par le juge d’instruction ou le procureur.
  6. mandat, charge que l’on donner à quelqu’un de faire quelque chose.
  7. L’argent qu’on employer à quelque chose que ce pouvoir être.
  8. Coût, déboursement, charge
  9. Traductions à trier suivant le sens
  10. action de sortir.
verb
  1. garnir d’une charge.
  2. garnir d’un fond.
  3. accuser quelqu’un d’une faute.
  4. physique|fr provoquer la formation de l’électricité positif et de l’électricité négatif.

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
charge cargaison; chargement; charge vracht — de lading van een vervoermiddel
charge contravention; amende; procès-verbal proces-verbaal — bekeuring
charge charge lading — opeengehoopte elektriciteit
charge couter; coûter kosten — voor een bepaalde prijs te koop zijn
charge élever; percevoir; lever heffen — (overgankelijk) op opwaartse richting doen bewegen
charge incrimination; attaque; accusation beschuldiging — het aangeven dat iemand iets moreel of gerechtelijk verkeerds heeft gedaan
charge charge aanklacht — bij de rechtbank ingediende beschuldiging of klacht
charge charge Aufladungallgemein: aufladen von Gegenständen auf einen LKW oder Anhänger
charge lot ChargeHandel, Prozesstechnik, Fertigungstechnik: ein Teilbestand an Produkten, die in einem Produktionsgang gefertigt worden sind und damit identische Merkmale in Bezug auf den Fertigungszeitpunkt und die Produktqualität aufweisen
charge charge LadungMilitär: definierte Menge an Munition oder Sprengstoff
charge charge LadungPhysik, Elektrotechnik: die Eigenschaft von Teilchen oder Objekten, mit einem elektromagnetischen Feld in Wechselwirkung zu treten
charge accuser anklagenRecht: gegen jemanden Anklage erheben
charge facturer berechnen — für etwas eine Bezahlung fordern, etwas in Rechnung stellen
charge prélever erhebentransitiv: Anspruch auf ein Recht geltend machen
charge accusation Anschuldigung — Vorwurf einer Schuld

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