- v. present participle of overcharge.
“And just so you know, overcharged is code for “not medically necessary” in the eyes of Medicare.”
“Now, being overcharged is not note worthyin Las Vegas, I was not really surprised to be charged $30to havea bowl of oatmeal and a coffee delivered to my room.”
“Telstra's monopoly is based on billions of dollars of telephone calls overcharged for 30-plus years.”
“If by any chance the machine should be overcharged, that is, if too many rags are passing through the rollers, the top fluted roller is raised up, and the rags are simply carried, or thrown by the swift, over into a box on the opposite side of the machine without being subjected to the tearing process.”
“Any man can afford ten cents even if he has no expense account; besides he runs no risk of being overcharged, which is a greater advantage than the cost.”
“Now that interest rates have been capped, financing firms face claims from borrowers seeking refunds for "overcharged" interest.”
“Making matters worse, Japan's Supreme Court in January stretched the time frame for which borrowers can claim reimbursements on "overcharged" interest.”
“In keeping with the established universal-service policy, business and suburban customers of telephone services are "overcharged" some $30 billion each year in order to subsidize basic telephone rates for rural customers.”
“If customers are being "overcharged" for using the ATM, then they are allowing it to happen.”
“Heidi wrote: If customers are being "overcharged" for using the ATM, then they are allowing it to happen.”
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