Definition of 'cartridge'
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They recovered a single cartridge case from the scene. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We have one business where we recharge cartridges for laser printers. Christianity Today (2000)The first one is cartridges for my printer. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Everyone knows that you should shop around for printer cartridges. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Yesterday she denied making the comment two days before an ink cartridge bomb plot was discovered last month. The Sun (2010)Make ink cartridges a top priority. The Sun (2015)They say we'll be banned from taking ink cartridges on planes from now on. The Sun (2010)The ground was covered in blood, empty cartridges and torn flak jackets. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Only his carelessness with his used cartridges cost him his life, for he was finished there and then. THE HUNTING OF MAN (2004)I had difficulty finding cartridges for my three-year-old printer. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The back can be fitted out with your choice of gun cases, cartridge boxes and vanity mirrors to resemble a Victorian sideboard. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Police traced the student through a mobile-phone number on a receipt for the packages, which both contained computer printer cartridges stuffed with high explosive. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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British English: cartridge /ˈkɑːtrɪdʒ/ NOUN
In a gun, a cartridge is a tube containing a bullet and an explosive substance.
- American English: cartridge
- Arabic: خَرْطُوشَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: cartucho
- Chinese: 弹药筒
- Croatian: naboj
- Czech: patrona
- Danish: patron
- Dutch: patroon
- European Spanish: cartucho
- Finnish: patruuna
- French: cartouche
- German: Patrone
- Greek: φυσίγγιο
- Italian: cartuccia
- Japanese: 弾薬
- Korean: 탄창
- Norwegian: kassett
- Polish: nabój
- European Portuguese: cartucho
- Romanian: cartuș
- Russian: патрон
- Spanish: cartucho
- Swedish: kassett
- Thai: ปลอกกระสุนปืน
- Turkish: fişek silah
- Ukrainian: патрон
- Vietnamese: vỏ đạn
Definition of cartridge from the Collins English Dictionary
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