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overcharge

o·ver·charge

overcharge

parts of speech:
transitive verb, intransitive verb, noun
part of speech: transitive verb
pronunciation: o vr charj
inflections: overcharged, overcharges, overcharging
definition 1: to require an excessively high price from.
The storekeeper mistakenly overcharged the customer.
synonyms:
soak
antonyms:
undercharge
similar words:
burn, fleece, gouge, rip off, rook, sting, swindle
definition 2: to fill excessively or overload.
The play was overcharged with passion and violence.
synonyms:
overburden, overload
similar words:
charge, freight, glut, load, overcrowd, overwhelm, permeate, saturate, surfeit, swamp
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
pronunciation: o vr charj
definition: to request or require an excessively high price.
similar words:
cheat, swindle
 
part of speech: noun
pronunciation: o vr charj
definition: a price or charge that is unfairly or incorrectly high.
synonyms:
gyp, ripoff
similar words:
con, fraud, gouge, swindle