[ UK /t‍ʃˈɑːd‍ʒəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃɑɹdʒəbəɫ/ ]
  1. liable to be accused, or cause for such liability
    an indictable offense
    the suspect was chargeable
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How To Use chargeable In A Sentence

  • Each light contains a rechargeable AA battery that stores the energy from the sun. Times, Sunday Times
  • I picked up a battery charger and a pack of rechargeable AAA batteries.
  • The cordless version uses the VersaPak rechargeable battery system.
  • There are two evils of our present railway system, however, which are not chargeable to monopoly, but to the _attempt to defeat monopoly_, and which are important to our discussion. Monopolies and the People
  • But if the lithium thionyl chloride is not a rechargeable battery and the zinc-manganese oxide is not a rechargeable battery, then why is the lead acid a rechargeable battery? A Brief History of Batteries- Part 2
  • It features award winning kinetic technology that transforms the movement of your body into electricity and harnesses it into the rechargeable power cell. Times, Sunday Times
  • Merchant hath founded so many chargeable Lectures, and some of them also which are Mathematicall, tending to the aduancement of Marine causes; I nothing doubted of your Lordships forwardnes in settling and establishing of this Lecture: but rather when your Lordship shall see the noble and rare effects thereof, you will be heartily sory that all this while it hath not bene erected. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • When he walks, the rotor of the dynamo rotates generating electricity and rechargeable batteries could be charged.
  • In such a case the company may face corporation tax arising from the disposal of its chargeable assets.
  • A rechargeable battery protects the stored programme data for up to eight months in the event of the programmer being unplugged.
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