countercharge definition

  • noun:
    • A charge towards another charge.
    • An accusation against an opponent in a quarrel in reaction to your opponent's accusations.
    • An opposing charge.
    • An opposing charge; specifically, a charge produced by an accused individual against his accuser.
    • a retaliatory cost
    • a charge brought by an accused individual contrary to the accuser
    • A charge versus another fee.
    • An accusation against an opponent in an argument in response into opponent's accusations.
    • An opposing charge.
    • An opposing cost; particularly, a charge made by an accused person against their accuser.
    • a retaliatory fee
    • a charge brought by an accused individual up against the accuser
  • verb-transitive:
    • to carry a charge against (one's accuser).
    • to create a charge against (one's accuser).
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to help make a countercharge.
    • to create a countercharge.
  • others:
    • To charge in return; make an accusation against (one's accuser).
    • In design, to set up (a design) so elements may be duplicated by quick reversion; to reverse (a design).
    • To charge in return; make an accusation against (one's accuser).
    • In design, to arrange (a design) making sure that elements are repeated by quick reversion; to reverse (a design).

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