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Charge or charged may refer to:
- Charge (basketball), illegal contact by pushing or moving into another player's torso
- Charge (fanfare), a six-note trumpet or bugle piece denoting the call to rush forward
- Charge (heraldry), any object depicted on a shield
- Charge (pen spinning), a pen-spinning trick
- Charge (warfare), a maneuver where soldiers rush towards the enemy to engage in close combat
- Charge (youth), an underage person placed under the supervision of a nobleman
- Chargé d'affaires, two classes of diplomatic agents
- Criminal charge, a formal accusation made before a court by a prosecuting authority
- Charge (bugle call), a bugle call which signals to execute a charge
Mathematics, science, and technology
- Charge (engine), the air and/or fuel mixture being fed to an internal combustion engine
- Charge (physics), the susceptibility of a body to one of the fundamental forces
- CHARGE syndrome, a specific set of birth defects in children
- Explosive charge, a measured quantity of explosive material
- Signed measure, in mathematics, a generalization of the concept of a measure that is allowed to have negative values
- Charge (chemistry)
- Charge card, anything similar to a credit card
- Equitable charge, confers a right on the secured party to look to a particular asset in the event of the debtor's default
- Floating charge, a security interest over the assets of a company
- Charge!!, a 2005 album by The Aquabats
- Charged Productions, an animation studio
- Charge (album), an album by Machel Montano
- Charge (TV series), youth television program which began in 2007
- Charged (album) (2001), by Nebula
- Charged Records, a record label
- Charger (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with "Charge"
- All pages with titles containing "Charge"
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