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Sounds like a bad starter. Even though the battery is charged the starter is to week to turn the motor over. Try replacing the starter and see it that helps. If that does not work. Go to a dealership mechanic. Thanks for asking!
My suggestion would be to first check the battery terminal ends out or better yet, replace them with new ones. Either way, after removing the terminals from the posts, get a piece of sandpaper and clean the posts until you have nice shinney battery posts. Then make sure the terminals if using the old ones, are the same. Nice and Shiney and then make sure that after you tighten them down, that you are unable to rotate the terminal ends from side to side. This is just a basic starting point, but it is a very important one. Good Luck.