charge with

This page is about the phrasal verb charge with.

Meaning: If someone is charged with a crime, they are officially accused of committing it.

For example:

  • charge with The company's directors were arrested and charged with tax evasion.

  • charge with Even though they weren't charged with a crime, hundreds of people were kept for many years in a U.S. prison in Cuba called Guantanamo Bay.

Nouns often used as objects with charge with: crime, misdemeanor, offence, theft, fraud, murder, assault

Quick Quiz:

Benny was charged with

a. stealing money from the bank

b. borrowing money from the bank

c. withdrawing money from the bank

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