Definition of charged in English:

charged

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Pronunciation: /tʃɑːdʒd
 
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adjective

1Having an electric charge.
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  • Because the electron was negatively charged and atoms are electrically neutral, there must be a positive charge somewhere in the atom.
  • The material that captured the electron is now negatively charged and the material that lost an electron is now positively charged.
  • When you switch on the electricity it separates the charged particles of the enclosed gas, thus setting up a controlled lightning display.
1.1Filled with excitement, tension, or emotion: the highly charged atmosphere created by the boycott
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  • Even though I've read the book three times so far, never once have the words conveyed the sense of excitement and the charged atmosphere that came across on film.
  • No issue is quite as emotionally charged as the issue of child abuse.
  • A terrific British cast, working with an emotionally charged script, keeps viewers glued to the screen.

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