Definition of charge card in English:

charge card

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noun

A credit card for use with an account which must be paid in full when a statement is issued.
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  • It seems the department store consumer, armed with a charge card and a credit card, and the supermarket shopper, pushing a trolley of cut-price clothes, Chardonnay and spicy poppadoms, has made the UK the world's leading economy.
  • At our bank, you can get an e-mail message when you reach the credit limit on your charge card.
  • For example, it may be useful to have a credit card or charge card dedicated to expenditure on motor fuel.

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