charge off

verb

Definition of charge off

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to treat as a loss or expense

charge–off

play \ˈchärj-ˌȯf\ noun

First Known Use of charge off

1892


Law Dictionary

charge off

transitive verb

Legal Definition of charge off

  1. :  to treat as a loss or expense; specifically :  to deduct as a bad debt part of the debt is charged offCode of Federal Regulations

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