Short answer is “yes”, but their chargeability is limited.
They come in two types – rechargeable and disposable. The main difference is that the disposable ones cannot be recharged more than a few times, in my experience.
To recharge, I connected the battery to a 5 volt power adapter. I used a USB charger, and an old USB cable with one end cut off (the small end).
I found the +5v and ground, and then stripped the ends, and taped them to the battery (making sure not to short the two ends of course).
I then charged it, feeling if it got hot. Usually, it would warm up. After an hour or so, it would have a charge of over 3 volts.
I’d then reuse it. It wouldn’t last that long.
Doing multiple charging cycles seemed to help.
(I was using these batteries in a bathroom scale. It worked okay, but their design, using these small batteries, was pretty lame. It would drain the battery in a month.)