Overcharge

Overcharge is an economic term that refers to the difference between an observed market price and a price that would have been observed in the absence of collusion. The latter is often called a `but-for price` or a competitive `benchmark price`. When collusion is not in use, such as by privately owned businesses, overcharge is considered as a ...
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Overcharge

• (v. t.) To charge or load too heavily; to burden; to oppress; to cloy. • (v. t.) To exaggerate; as, to overcharge a description. • (n.) An excessive load or burden. • (v. i.) To make excessive charges. • (v. t.) To charge excessively; to charge beyond a fair rate or price. • (n.) An excessive charge in an account. &b...
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Overcharge

(battery) The forcing of current through a cell after all the active material has been converted to the charged state (after 100% charged). The result will be the decomposition of water in the electrolyte into hydrogen and oxygen gas
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Overcharge

1) To charge more than a posted or advertised price. 2) To file a criminal complaint for more serious crimes than the known facts support, most often to intimidate the accused into accepting a plea bargain.
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overcharge

noun a price that is too high
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Overcharge

O'ver·charge` noun [ Confer Supercargo , Supercharge .] 1. An excessive load or burden. 2. An excessive charge in an account.
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Overcharge

O`ver·charge' transitive verb [ Confer Supercharge , Surcharge .] 1. To charge or load too heavily; to burden; to oppress; to cloy. Sir W. Raleigh. 2. To fill too full; to crowd. « Our language is overcharged with consonants.» Addison.
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Overcharge

An price charged for something which is much higher than it should be. It also means overloading.
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overcharge

continued charging of a fully charged secondary cell or battery NOTE - Overcharge is also the act of charging beyond a certain limit specified by the manufacturer.
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Overcharge

Forcing current into a fully charged battery. The battery will be damaged if overcharged for a long period.
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overcharge

v. 1) to charge more than a posted or advertised price. 2) to file a criminal complaint for crimes of greater degree than the known facts support, in an effort by the prosecutor to intimidate the accused.
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overcharge

[n] - a price that is too high 2. [v] - rip off
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