Definition of 'charger'
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Phone chargers left plugged in and on? Times, Sunday Times (2007)She clearly loves getting on to her white charger to ride to the aid of good causes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There is a fuel cap on one flank and a battery charger on the other. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Or what about all those phone chargers? Times, Sunday Times (2010)No one is coming on a big white charger to change it. Times, Sunday Times (2015)No faults were found with the phone or charger. The Sun (2016)It leaves little room for politicians on white chargers to rescue their countries from disaster. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But on the white charger is our dear leader. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But anyone thinking he will ride to the rescue on a white charger is wrong. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The club needs a knight on a white charger who wants to stick around and ensure a bright future. The Sun (2012)Any item can be faked but some of the most widely reported counterfeit items include computer consoles and mobile phone chargers. The Sun (2012)It has launched a campaign to give help and advice on smoke alarms and the use of the devices and their chargers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We hold on to mobile phones and chargers - man drawers are like mini mobile phone museums. The Sun (2008)Buyers can specify mood lighting, a wireless phone charger and massage seats. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This amazing battery charger not only charge your rechargeable batteries, it will also recharge your alkaline batteries. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And you need to clear away small things such as phone charger wires before you let him loose or there will be a disaster. The Sun (2013)If you want to decide on a standard for a universal mobile phone charger, you need a committee. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But now a new mobile phone charger that can recharge 95 per cent of phones within ten minutes is being trailed by five police forces. Times, Sunday Times (2007)If it's still dead, plug it into its charger without the battery. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The device, also laden with mobiles and chargers, came down in an exercise yard. The Sun (2015)He produced a battery charger, which we all fought over, and made us milky tea. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The rucksack was recovered by jail staff who found nine mobile phones, chargers as well as drugs, including cannabis and steroids. The Sun (2011)Reasons not to Olympus continue to make the charging process as awkward as possible with their external battery plug, rendering mobile device chargers useless with this product. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A PET owner was left heartbroken after a fire caused by her mobile phone charger killed her three dogs. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'charger'
British English: charger /ˈtʃɑːdʒə/ NOUN
A charger is a device used for charging or recharging batteries.
He forgot the charger for his mobile phone.
- American English: charger
- Arabic: شَاحِن
- Brazilian Portuguese: carregador celular
- Chinese: 充电器
- Croatian: punjač
- Czech: nabíječka
- Danish: oplader
- Dutch: laadapparaat
- European Spanish: cargador
- Finnish: laturi
- French: chargeur
- German: Ladegerät
- Greek: φορτιστής
- Italian: caricabatterie
- Japanese: 充電器
- Korean: 충전기
- Norwegian: lader
- Polish: ładowarka
- European Portuguese: carregador telemóvel
- Romanian: încărcător
- Russian: зарядное устройство
- Spanish: cargador
- Swedish: laddare
- Thai: เครื่องอัดไฟ
- Turkish: şarj aleti
- Ukrainian: зарядний пристрій
- Vietnamese: bộ sạc
Definition of charger from the Collins English Dictionary
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