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re·charge

 (rē-chärj′)
tr.v. re·charged, re·charg·ing, re·charg·es
To charge again, especially to reenergize a storage battery.

re′charge′ n.
re·charge′a·ble adj.
re·charg′er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.rechargeable - capable of being recharged; "a rechargeable battery"
reversible - capable of reversing or being reversed; "reversible hypertension"
Translations

rechargeable

[rɪˈtʃɑːdʒəbl] ADJrecargable

rechargeable

[ˌriːˈtʃɑːrdʒəbəl] adjrechargeable

rechargeable

adj batterywiederaufladbar

rechargeable

[rɪːˈtʃɑːdʒəbl] adj (battery) → ricaricabile
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The rechargeable Ni-cad will cost more initially, but will save a great deal of money in the long run; however, rechargeables do not fit into every operational situation.
HYBRID rechargeable batteries combine all the economic and environmental benefits of rechargeables with the convenience and user-friendly attributes of the more common alkaline batteries.
We could just be entering the age of the rechargeable--at least that's what dedicated manufacturers like Uniross, the UK's leading supplier of rechargeables, would like us to believe.
What makes this possible is the participants in the RBRC program -- there are more than 30,000 retailers, businesses and communities that serve as collection points for used rechargeables -- that's approximately one drop off site for every 10,000 people
Better rechargeables and new alkaline [traditional] batteries with virtually no mercury will save landfill space and address environmental concerns,' predicts Duracell's James Donahue.