- adj.充满感情的; 紧张的，可能引起激烈反应的;
He was charged with conspiring to pervert the course of justice.
He charged into the crowd. "Break it up," he shouted.
At the police station, I was charged with assault.
Two youngsters have been arrested and charged with kidnapping.
He was charged with the kidnap of a 25 year-old woman.
Fisher was behind bars last night, charged with attempted murder.
Callers are charged a premium rate of 48p a minute.
He charged through the door to my mother's office.
They were charged with failing to have professional indemnity cover.
First half profits have charged ahead from £127.6m to £134.2m.
He has been charged with extortion and abusing his powers.
Police charged the man with driving under the influence.
The police could have charged them with threatening behaviour.
You may be charged 10% extra for this service.
Two other executives appeared at Worthing Magistrates' Court charged with tax fraud.
They are only charged for the amount of power they consume on rainy days.
The man will be charged extra for the service.
At first the price of single copies was seldom a penny-usually two or three cents was charged-and some of the older well-known papers charged five or six cents.
2019年高考英语全国卷3 阅读理解 阅读C 原文收起真题例句
1. of a particle or body or system; having a net amount of positive or negative electric charge;
"a charged battery"
2. fraught with great emotion;
"an atmosphere charged with excitement"
"an emotionally charged speech"
3. supplied with carbon dioxide
4. capable of producing violent emotion or arousing controversy;
"the highly charged issue of abortion"