Translation of overcharge in Spanish:


cobrar de más, v.

Pronunciation /ˌoʊvərˈtʃɑrdʒ//əʊvəˈtʃɑːdʒ/

transitive verb

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    cobrar de más
    to overcharge sb (for sth) cobrarle de más a algn (por algo)
    • we were overcharged (by) £50 nos cobraron cincuenta libras de más
    • Punish those petrol dealers who overcharge and top up their profits with our already overtaxed money.
    • We have never felt we were overcharged for anything and have always gotten good value for our money.
    • Even if they intend to overcharge us, who could have the heart to say no?
    • Since then, we have had no problems though occasionally I feel he overcharges us.
    • Leaked internal e-mails appeared to reveal that, until last year, sales staff were encouraged to overcharge some customers for boiler and central heating installation.
    • They were taken to Winchester, Virginia, where they were overcharged for their room and board.
    • The European Commission is cracking down on national mobile operators who overcharge fixed line operators for connecting to their network.
    • These will make sure the lender is not overcharging you.
    • To make sure you are not being overcharged, you should first check your tax code.
    • Most travelers feel like they're being overcharged at airport restaurants and retail stores.
    • Does anyone know a good vet (who won't overcharge us either)?
    • You may ask, how can a provider overcharge when the fees are fixed?
    • Consumers are painfully overcharged in all aspects of their business transactions.
    • Tenants are entitled to ask for a rental review if they believe that they are being overcharged.
    • One afternoon this week, I took a taxi and upon arrival at my destination, this taxi driver decided to overcharge me and my friend.
    • Many hospitals have overcharged the bureau for medicine, requesting fee compensations at above-market prices.
    • The disputed bill had transposed the two, with the result that it was overcharging you.
    • I don't see any reason to overcharge people who are doing me a favor by shopping with me.
    • When a private company overcharges its customers, it is called price gouging.
    • The amount covered other scandals where customers of the bank were overcharged, including business clients and university students.
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    (battery) sobrecargar
    • You gently overcharge the batteries to make sure that the weakest cells are brought up to full charge.
    • A controller keeps the batteries from being overcharged, and an inverter converts DC electricity produced by the solar panels into AC electricity typically used by home appliances.

intransitive verb

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    cobrar de más
    to overcharge for sth cobrar de más por algo