to charge (10 dollars) to (an account): facturer, débiter (10 dollars) d'(un compte)
Bruno charges his business lunches to the company account. Bruno met ses déjeuners d'affaire sur son compte professionnel.
to be charged with (murder) : être accusé de (meurtre)
(my lawyer) charges ($200 per hour): (mon avocat) prend ($200 de l'heure)
My hairdresser charged me 50 pounds for this haircut! Mon coiffeur m'a fait payer 50 livres sterling pour cette coupe de cheveux!
to charge (a battery): charger (une batterie)
- "Susie : Regarding the budget for the shoot: the most expensive aspect of this project will be securing Ms. Bümbüm's services, she's charging a minimum of 50,000 dollars per appearance these days."
- "You didn't charge it to the company's expense account, did you?"
- "The cost of the ticket has been charged to the Delavigne Corporation, as you requested."
- "The cost of the ticket has been charged to your expense account at the Delavigne Corporation, as you requested."
- "And besides, I've charged it to my Delavigne expense account!"
- "If you undercut our suggested prices, then you price out all of our resellers who are charging more."
- "They've charged us for two steaks and fries!"
- "Kevin : Cash please, oh wait I only have 2 twenties, I'll have to charge it."
- "Polly : It has recently come to my attention that you charged a business class plane ticket from San Francisco to Jakarta to your expense account at Delavigne."
- "Now there's no need to spend thousands of dollars every week on batteries, because the new solar powered flashlight is charged by the sun's natural energy."
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