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Got A Charge Out Of It ( that thing made one laugh; it made one very happy ... )

"Got A Charge Out Of It"

You got a charge out of it means it made you happy or excited.

Example: "Did your grandfather enjoy my kids." Reply: "Yes! He said he really got a charge out of them."

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