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  • n. The person to whom a charge is levied

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who holds, as security, a charge upon property: analogous to mortgagee.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The second, I talked to the chargee here about the fact that refugees are still returning to this country.

    CNN Transcript Sep 7, 2003

  • Elle est non moins desirable et non mains necessaire pour faire face aux exigences du present, pour les besoins de cette vie de tons les fours qui est, au siecle actuel peut-etre plus que jamais dans le passe, chargee de presages pour l'avenir proche et lointain.

    The Present Day Spirit in France

  • [1178] 'Au parlement de Paris la chambre chargee des affaires criminelles.'

    Life Of Johnson

  • BEIRUT: A deal involving the sale of 40 German Leapard-1 tanks and 32 YPR armored infantry fighting vehicles from Belgium to Lebanon will most likely not be authorized by the German Security Council, German chargee d'affaires in Beirut, Irene Plank, said on Friday.

    The Daily Star > News Feed

  • If the chargee could have just kept PP arguing a while longer (a couple of weeks, maybe) so they could keep this debt on their books, the $81B asset value would have pushed their (on paper) profits up to where their stock price would have ballooned and someone (he who was charged the $81B perhaps) could make a fortune by shorting the stock in anticipation of its eventual fall when the charges finally got reversed ...


  • I'en ay veu qui glissoient tellement soubs des souches enseuelies soubs la neige, qu'ils ne pouuoient tirer ny iambes ny raquettes sans secours: or figurez vous maintenant vne personne chargee comme vn mulet, et iugez si la vie des Sauuages est douce. "

    The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century


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