This largely depends on how big your battery is and what type of charger you are using.
The smallest plug-in hybrid batteries have a range of about 11 miles per charge and the largest fully electric batteries can go 370 miles between charges.
A level 1 charger runs on 120V and charges 4-6 miles per hour.
A level 2 charger runs on 240V and charger 10-30 miles per hour.
A level 3 fast charger is usually used at public facilities such as rest areas and can charge 80 miles per hour.
For a Chrysler Pacifica plug-in hybrid which can run 33 miles on its battery, you could fully charge the battery to with a level 1 charger in 5-6 hours. A level 2 charger can charge the same battery in 1 to 1.5 hours.
For a Tesla model 3 standard range which can go 250 miles on a charge, you could charge the battery to 80% with a level 2 charger in 6 hours or with a level 3 fast charger in 1 hour.
*Different cars and models and chargers have different charging capabilities also batteries charge in different ways and it can be faster to charge a battery from 40% to 80% than from 80% to 100%.