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recharge in Electricity topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrechargere‧charge /ˌriːˈtʃɑːdʒ $ -ɑːr-/ verb [transitive]  1 TPEto put a new supply of electricity into a battery2 recharge your batteriesrechargeable adjective rechargeable batteries→ See Verb table
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rechargeA workout leaves me feeling recharged.Its lead-acid battery gives the vehicle about a 90-mile traveling range before it has to be recharged.Above this floor, rain soaks down to recharge an aquifer.And in my case, I need to recharge batteries with a variety of activities as well.The batteries for the torches were recharged from the wind generator and the solar panels, as was the radio battery.The alternator, which should have been recharging it during the flight, for some reason wasn't.Solar energy is converted by cells on the Solar Car's flanks to drive its electric motor and recharge its back-up batteries.It will recharge Ni Cad, Zinc-Chloride and Alkaline cells.Patients can wear a battery pack or plug into an electrical outlet to recharge the heart's battery.