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    sb70012 is offline Banned
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    I can charge it to the office

    Hi,
    What does this sentence mean: "I can charge it to the office"?

    Here is the picture of the page of the book.

    Thank you

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Re: I can charge it to the office

    The office will reimburse him for the cost of the call.

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