Definition of "overcharge"
  1. Charging more than the usual or advertised price, or accusing someone of very serious crimes to push for a plea bargain
How to use "overcharge" in a sentence
  1. The consumer felt she was a victim of overcharge when the store billed her more than the listed price.
  2. The attorney was accused of attempting to overcharge the client in hopes of securing a plea deal.
  3. Inflated medical bills are often an example of overcharge, as patients are billed more than the declared amounts.

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