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Charge

1. (Science: physics) a fundamental physical attribute of a particle, which characterises the particles electromagnetic interaction with other particles and with electric and magnetic fields.

2. Storing energy in a battery or electric capacitor by running a current through it, opposite of discharge. (It is possible to charge most capacitors in either direction, but batteries charge one way, and discharge in the other.)


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