Definition of reverse-charge in English:

reverse-charge

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adjective

chiefly British
Denoting a telephone call paid for by the recipient: the survey team allowed him to make a reverse-charge radio-telephone call
More example sentences
  • He took a reverse-charge call from Ferguson in the middle of Malawi later on.
  • Although the investment banker won't know your name, he will be able to make reverse-charge calls to your home via a special operator just in case additional funds are needed for unexpected expenses.

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