overcharge : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a price that is too high
- v rip off; ask an unreasonable price
- v place too much a load on
- Defendants claim they are railroaded into abandoning their right to a fair trial by zealous prosecutors who "overcharge" them and then agree to reduce the charge in exchange for .
- That'll teach that Chrysler dealership to overcharge Justice Ginsburg for that oil change on her Viper.
- On the button was "peregruzka," which means overcharge or overload.
- President Bush in New York Times
Mr. Bush replied, "It's not immoral to make sure that prescription drug pharmacists don't overcharge the system."
- Richard Blumenthal in Forbes
Guy Carpenter orchestrated separate conspiracies over decades to overcharge those insurance companies to the benefit of the reinsurance companies that cooperated and to itself,Blumenthal said, estimating the broker received more than $80...
- Howard Dean in USA Today
George W. Bush is preventing entire nations from bidding on contracts in Iraq so his campaign contributors can continue to overcharge the American taxpayers,Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean said while campaigning in Iowa Friday.