Definition of uncharged in English:

uncharged

Line breaks: un|charged
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈtʃɑːdʒd
 
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adjective

1Not having an electric charge: uncharged particles
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  • Batterlife claim that in Lithium Ion batteries (the type of battery most commonly found in rechargeable gadgets these days) the main cause of this deterioration is a build up of inert, uncharged particles between the electrodes.
  • They applied an alternating electric field to an uncharged metallic paddle, which caused it to seesaw at a fixed frequency and amplitude.
  • BatMax contains permeable material, which is able to directly affect the molecule level inside the battery and BatMax reintegrates the uncharged particles into the electrical circuit.
2Not accused of an offence under the law: she was released uncharged
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  • But why would it not have gone in as other uncharged acts are sometimes led in trials for offences of this nature?
  • The circumstances presented themselves starkly in relation to the number of possibilities for the introduction of such highly prejudicial evidence of uncharged acts against the mother.
  • The question was the extent to which the Court could look at the uncharged conduct which was not denied in sentencing the appellant.
3Not charged to a particular account: an uncharged fixed cost
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  • In order to be treated as an auxiliary activity, uncharged costs must be reasonable in relation to overall net income.

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