overcharge

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} abartma
{i} fazla fiyat
fazla fiyat istemek
kazıklamak

Bizin niyetimiz asla seni kazıklamak değildi. - It was never our intention to overcharge you.

{f} fazla fiyat iste
fazla hesap yazmak
fazla yüklemek veya doldurmak
{i} fazla yükleme
{f} fahiş fiyatla satmak
kazık

Satış temsilcileri sık sık beni kazıklıyorlar. - The salespeople often overcharge me.

Bizin niyetimiz asla seni kazıklamak değildi. - It was never our intention to overcharge you.

{i} şişirme
fazla yükle/kazıkla
{f} fazla yük
{i} fahiş fiyat
{f} fazla yüklemek
(İnşaat) aşırı şarj
{f} abartmak (ayrıntı vb.)
(fiil) fahiş fiyatla satmak, kazıklamak, fazla para almak, fazla yüklemek, abartmak (ayrıntı vb.), şişirmek, fazla yük
{f} şişirmek
{f} elek., mak. fazla yüklemek, fazla doldurmak
{i} elek., mak. fazla yük
{f} -den fazla para/fiyat istemek
{f} fazla para almak
abartmak
Englisch - Englisch
to charge more money than the correct amount or to surpass a certain limit while charging a bill
to continue to charge an electric device beyond its electrical capacity
{v} to rate too high, to fill too full
If someone overcharges you, they charge you too much for their goods or services. If you feel a taxi driver has overcharged you, say so + overcharging over·charg·ing protests of overcharging and harsh treatment of small businesses
Overcharging is one of the most destructive elements in battery life (the other is long term undercharging) Most batteries don't die a natural death, they are murdered - usually by overcharging Overcharging causes the plates to disintegrate and shed These particles end up on the bottom of the cell Eventually, the cells will short out, fall apart, break apart, or generally die Overcharging also increases water loss tremendously, causing even more problems Gelled cells can be damaged faster than flooded, and flooded can be damaged faster than AGM batteries by overcharging Water loss is a particular problem with sealed gel cells, as the water cannot be replaced In some cases, severe overcharging can also cause considerable heat in cheaper batteries with high internal resistance, causing plates to buckle and cases to warp and break See also discharge Some poorly designed charge controls compound the problem by both overcharging and undercharging
The forcing of current through a cell after all the active material has been converted to the charged state In other words, charging continued after 100% state-of-charge is achieved The result will be the decomposition of water in the electrolyte into hydrogen and oxygen gas
To charge more than the proper amount as published in the tariff
{f} overprice; fill a battery or circuit with an excessive amount of electrical charge; overload, overfill; exaggerate
rip off; ask an unreasonable price
To charge or load too heavily; to burden; to oppress; to cloy
To make excessive charges
The forcing of current through a cell after all the active material has been converted to the charged state, that is, continued charging after reaching 100 percent state-of-charge
place too much a load on; "don't overload the car"
An excessive load or burden
An excessive charge in an account
To exaggerate; as, to overcharge a description
{i} excessive price; act of charging and excessive price
To charge more than the correct amount
To fill too full; to crowd
a price that is too high
To charge excessively; to charge beyond a fair rate or price
a price that is too high rip off; ask an unreasonable price
o/c
doublecharge
overcharged
full of emotion or excitement
overcharged
present participle of overcharge
overcharges
third-person singular of overcharge
overcharging
third-person singular of overcharge
overcharge
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