Etymology
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overcharge (v.)

c. 1300, overchargen, "to overload, overburden, load (something) too heavily," from over- + charge (v.). Meaning "to charge someone too much money, demand an excessive price from" is from 1660s. Related: Overcharged; overcharging.

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Definitions of overcharge
1
overcharge (v.)
rip off; ask an unreasonable price;
Synonyms: soak / surcharge / gazump / fleece / plume / pluck / rob / hook
overcharge (v.)
place too much a load on;
Synonyms: overload / surcharge
2
overcharge (n.)
a price that is too high;
From wordnet.princeton.edu