chargeable


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charge·a·ble

 (chär′jə-bəl)
adj.
1. Suitable to be charged, as to an account: chargeable expenses.
2. Liable to be accused or indicted.

charge′a·ble·ness n.

chargeable

(ˈtʃɑːdʒəbəl)
adj
1. charged or liable to be charged
2. (Law) liable to result in a legal charge
ˈchargeableness, ˌchargeaˈbility n
ˈchargeably adv

charge•a•ble

(ˈtʃɑr dʒə bəl)

adj.
1. capable of being charged, as to an account.
2. liable to be legally charged; indictable.
3. liable to become a charge on the public.
[1350–1400]
charge′a•ble•ness, charge`a•bil′i•ty, n.
charge′a•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.chargeable - liable to be accused, or cause for such liability; "the suspect was chargeable"; "an indictable offense"
guilty - responsible for or chargeable with a reprehensible act; "guilty of murder"; "the guilty person"; "secret guilty deeds"
Translations
facturable

chargeable

[ˈtʃɑːdʒəbl] ADJ
1. (Jur) [offence] → imputable
to be chargeable with [person] → ser susceptible de ser acusado de
2. to be chargeable to [+ person] → correr a cargo de; [+ account] → cargarse a

chargeable

[ˈtʃɑːrdʒəbəl] adj
(= to be paid for) → à payer
(= taxable) [gain] → imposablecharge account ncompte m clientcharge card ncarte f de paiement

chargeable

adj
(Jur) crime, offencestrafbar; to be chargeable with somethingfür etw angeklagt werden können
to be chargeable to somebodyauf jds Kosten (acc)gehen; are these expenses chargeable?geht das auf Geschäftskosten?
References in classic literature ?
He wondered to hear me talk of such chargeable and expensive wars; "that certainly we must be a quarrelsome people, or live among very bad neighbours, and that our generals must needs be richer than our kings.
His discourses on indifferent subjects will divert as well as instruct, and if either in these, or in the relation of Father Lobo, any argument shall appear unconvincing, or description obscure, they are defects incident to all mankind, which, however, are not too rashly to be imputed to the authors, being sometimes, perhaps, more justly chargeable on the translator.
It is obviously not a sufficient answer that Socrates had never professed to teach them anything, and is therefore not justly chargeable with their crimes.
These unjustifiable practices on their part produced severity on the part of the Spaniards toward the subjects of Great Britain which were not more justifiable, because they exceeded the bounds of a just retaliation and were chargeable with inhumanity and cruelty.
It will not be said by those who recollect that the Atlantic coast is the longest side of the Union, that during the term of thirteen years, the representatives of the States have been almost continually assembled, and that the members from the most distant States are not chargeable with greater intermissions of attendance than those from the States in the neighborhood of Congress.
In justice to the missionaries, however, I will willingly admit, that where-ever evils may have resulted from their collective mismanagement of the business of the mission, and from the want of vital piety evinced by some of their number, still the present deplorable condition of the Sandwich Islands is by no means wholly chargeable against them.
But howsoever it be for happiness, without all question, for greatness, it maketh to be still for the most part in arms; and the strength of a veteran army (though it be a chargeable business) always on foot, is that which commonly giveth the law, or at least the reputation, amongst all neighbor states; as may well be seen in Spain, which hath had, in one part or other, a veteran army almost continually, now by the space of six score years.
Jarndyce said to me, "is chargeable on that incomprehensible heap of uncertainty and procrastination on which he has been thrown from his birth, I don't pretend to say; but that Chancery, among its other sins, is responsible for some of it, I can plainly see.
Browning is justly chargeable with "obscurity"--with a difficulty of manner, that is, beyond the intrinsic difficulty of his matter--it is very probable that an Introduction to the study of his works, such as this of Mr.
Not that she questioned, for a moment, the kind wishes and intentions of her daughter; but she affirmed that so long as God spared her health and strength, she would make use of them to earn her own livelihood, and be chargeable to no one; whether her dependence would be felt as a burden or not.
Our other wants we set down in particular; adding, 'that we had some little store of merchandise, which if it pleased them to deal for, it might supply our wants without being chargeable unto them.
An annuity of five hundred pounds, chargeable on George's property, was left to his mother, "the widow of my beloved son, George Osborne," who was to resume the guardianship of the boy.