over-charge

over-charge

v. 1) to charge more than a posted or advertised price. 2) to file a criminal complaint for crimes of greater degree than the known facts support, in an effort by the prosecutor to intimidate the accused.

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It's a real shame and disappointment that the incumbent operators, who fought against lower roaming charges so hard, are now abusing the system to over-charge their customers," said an executive at a virtual network operator, or a company that offers network services using the networks of other providers.
The device also comes with short circuit protection, over-charge protection, over discharge protection and overvoltage protection.
These less than ideal cables can either over-charge or under-charge devices that are connected to them.
RAPOO power banks are BIS accredited and come with award winning features such as short circuit protection, over-charge protection, over discharge protection, over voltage protection, over current protection etc.
He butchered his patients, leaving many with broken jaws, abscesses and blood poisoning, and then had the cheek to over-charge them.
As a consequence, the boards over-charge which can cause them to overheat and catch fire or explode.
It is further equipped with protections to prevent over-charge, over-discharge, over-temperature, under-temperature, over current and short-circuit.
To help ensure your own safety while ensuring a long and steady service life, the PV120 comes packed with six safety features including Over-Temperature Protection, Over-Charge Protection, Short Circuit Protection, Over-Voltage Protection, Over-Discharge Protection and Over-Current Protection.
You never want to over-charge the batteries or let them fall below 50%.
Only used them three times (worked on the third time lucky theory), but had problems each time - including being locked out with my stuff inside (was following a card activation instruction); a PS10 bill against a PS7 taxi fare; and a failure to de-activate and a subsequent over-charge.
The P had alleged that the three private power distribution companies had colluded with the previous Sheila Dikshit government to over-charge nearly 4 million households.
It appears the franchisers are just as happy for me to change my son's nappy on the smelly floor of the men's as they are to over-charge me for average coffee.