Definition of Cellphone

1. Noun. A hand-held mobile radiotelephone for use in an area divided into small sections, each with its own short-range transmitter/receiver.




Definition of Cellphone

1. Noun. (alternative form of cell phone) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cellphone

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cellphone

cellomics
cellon
cellona
cellopentaose
cellophane
cellophane noodle
cellophane noodles
cellophanes
cellos
cellose
celloses
cellotaph
cellotaphs
cellotetraose
cellotriose
cellphone (current term)
cellphone lot
cellphone lots
cellphones
cells
cellubrevin
cellula
cellulae anteriores
cellulae coli
cellulae ethmoidales
cellulae mastoideae
cellulae mediae
cellulae pneumaticae tubae auditivae
cellulae posteriores
cellulae tympanicae

Literary usage of Cellphone

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1. South African Social Attitudes: Changing Times, Diverse Voices by Stephen P. Rule, Udesh Pillay, Benjamin Roberts (2007)
"F. Do you personally have a cellphone for personal or business use? ... G. In the past week have you: (1) used a cellphone to make an outgoing call; ..."

2. Endocrine Evaluation by Ian Ramsey, Anna Tebb (2006)
"cellphone: The Story of the World's Most Mobile Medium and How It Has Transformed Everything! Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2004. ..."

3. Changing the Fourth Estate: Essays on South African Journalism by Adrian Hadland (2005)
"Each is midwife to an electronic mongrel that is both cellphone and PalmPilot. The device is the size of a traditional spiral-bound reporter notebook, ..."

4. Re-Visioning Television: Policy, Strategy and Models for the Sustainable by Adrian Hadland, Mike Aldridge, Joshua Ogada (2007)
"In addition, costs for the transmissions can be kept down to the 49 Euro cents normally charged for cellphone calls. The partnership with the FremantleMedia ..."

5. Multiple Vulnerabilities: Qualitative Data for the Study of Orphans and ...by Alicia Davids, Donald Skinner by Alicia Davids, Donald Skinner (2006)
"Like if a friend has a cellphone and he doesn't have ... he's unable to accept the family's poor background and he wants that cellphone, ..."

6. More Than a Name: State-Sponsored Homophobia and Its Consequences in by Scott Long, A. Widney Brown, Gail Cooper (2003)
"One day a cellphone was stolen inside the cafe. My friend and I were sitting there; everyone was being searched when they were leaving by the cafe security. ..."

7. The People's Voice: The Development and Current State of the South African ...by Adrian Hadland, Karen Thorne by Adrian Hadland, Karen Thorne (2004)
"Finally, the impact of cellphone video technology on news coverage is already being felt in some countries, such as Japan, where every person with a ..."

8. Changing Modes: New Knowledge Production and Its Implications for Higher by Andre Kraak (2000)
"The radar is an interesting combination of cellphone technology, radar signal processing, and PC hardware and software. USA-based company Ball Aerospace ..."

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