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Overchange vs. Overcharge

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Overchangenoun

Excessive or overly frequent change; fickleness

Overchargeverb

(ambitransitive) To charge (somebody) more money than the correct amount or to surpass a certain limit while charging a bill.

Overchangeverb

To transform or transmute

Overchargeverb

(transitive) To continue to charge (an electrical device) beyond its capacity.

Overchangenoun

Too much or too frequent change; fickleness.

Overchargeverb

To charge (someone) with an inflated number or degree of legal charges (for example, charging them with a more serious crime than was committed); to upcharge.

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Overchargeverb

To charge or load too heavily; to burden; to oppress.

Overchargeverb

To fill too full; to crowd.

Overchargeverb

To exaggerate.

‘to overcharge a description’;

Overchargenoun

An excessive load or burden.

Overchargenoun

An excessive charge in an account.

Overchargeverb

To charge or load too heavily; to burden; to oppress; to cloy.

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Overchargeverb

To fill too full; to crowd.

‘Our language is overcharged with consonants.’;

Overchargeverb

To charge (a buyer) an excessive price; to charge beyond a fair rate or price.

Overchargeverb

To exaggerate; as, to overcharge a description.

Overchargeverb

To charge (a battery) too much, so as to cause damage.

Overchargeverb

To make excessive charges.

Overchargenoun

An excessive load or burden.

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Overchargenoun

An excessive charge in an account.

Overchargenoun

a price that is too high

Overchargeverb

rip off; ask an unreasonable price

Overchargeverb

place too much a load on;

‘don't overload the car’;

Overcharge

Overcharge is an economic term that refers to the difference between an observed market price and a price that would have been observed in the absence of collusion. The latter is often called a or a competitive .

‘but-for price’; ‘benchmark price’;

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