recharging

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present participle of recharge
{i} reloading, refilling, charging again
recharging batteries
charging batteries again, renewing the charge of more than one battery
recharge
To charge an electric battery after its power has been consumed
recharge
To reload a gun with ammunition
recharge
To invigorate and revitalize one's energy level by removing stressful agents for a period of time

My body is a little bit sore from all of the practicing and playing and training, and your mind gets a little tired of it, too. It's nice to be able to recharge and come back fresh for the remainder of the year.

recharge
{v} to attack anew, to accuse in return
recharge
Process by which water infiltrates and is added to an aquifer, either directly or indirectly by way of another rock formation This term can also be used in reference to the water itself
recharge
To add or restore water to an aquifer
recharge
The addition of water to an aquifer by natural infiltration or artificial means Injection of water into an aquifer through wells is one form or artificial recharge
recharge
Process by which precipitation or applied water seeps or percolates into the groundwater system
recharge
putting water back into the ground via rainfall or melting snow Water from passing rivers and streams also percolates downward
recharge
load anew with ammunition, "She reloaded the gun carefully"
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If you recharge a battery, you put an electrical charge back into the battery by connecting it to a machine that draws power from another source of electricity such as the mains. He is using your mains electricity to recharge his car battery
recharge
The addition of water into a groundwater system
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The natural renewal of ground water supplies by infiltration of rain or recharge other precipitation through the soil
recharge
The addition of water to an aquifer
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If you recharge your batteries, you take a break from activities which are tiring or difficult in order to relax and feel better when you return to these activities. He wanted to recharge his batteries and come back feeling fresh and positive
recharge
The process by which water is added to a zone of saturation, usually by percolation from the soil surface, e g , the recharge of an aquifer
recharge
The process by which water is added to a reservoir or zone of saturation, often by runoff or percolation from the soil surface (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
recharge
The introduction of surface or ground water to groundwater storage such as an aquifer Recharge or replenishment of groundwater supplies consists of three (3) types
recharge
The replenishment of ground water in an aquifer It can be either natural, through the movement of precipitation into an aquifer, or artificial, the pumping of water into an aquifer
recharge
The addition of water into a groundwater system through natural or artifical means
recharge
The addition of water to ground water by natural or artificial processes
recharge
the addition of water to granddaughter storage ether through natural processes or by artificial methods
recharge
Ground water supplies are replenished, or recharged, when rain or snowmelt enters the saturation zone
recharge
load anew with ammunition, "She reloaded the gun carefully
recharge
charge anew; "recharge a battery"
recharge
To charge or accuse in return
recharge
The addition of water to the zone of saturation
recharge
The addition of water into a ground water system
recharge
Water that infiltrates the ground and reaches the saturated zone
recharge
The addition of water to an aquifer by infiltration, either directly or indirectly It may be recharged artificially when water is injected through wells of spread over permeable basins
recharge
Water that has percolated from the ground surface to an aquifer
recharge
The addition of new water to an AQUIFER or to the zone of saturation
recharge
{f} refill, charge again, load again
recharge
The process involving the input or intake of water into the saturated zone in karst aquifers Relates to the quantity of water added Hydrology terms Ref AC
recharge
Replenishment of a groundwater reservoir (aquifer) by the addition of water
recharge
To attack again; to attack anew
recharge
to restore or replenish ground water naturally or artifically
recharge
The processes involved in the addition of water to the zone of saturation; also the amount of water added
recharge
charge anew; "recharge a battery" load anew with ammunition, "She reloaded the gun carefully
recharge
The addition of water to the groundwater through the infiltration of precipitation through the unsaturated zone into the aquifer
recharging
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