Definition of 'mobile phone'
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All routes out have been blocked and the use of mobile phones forbidden. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It doubles as the reception desk as staff use their mobile phones to check you in and programme room keys. The Sun (2016)It found that 56 per cent of truckers said they used their mobile phones behind the wheel. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I used my mobile phone there but mainly through the hotel's wifi connection. The Sun (2016)Some 51 per cent of consumers claim they have used their mobile phones to purchase or gain further information while in-store. Computing (2010)Motorists are getting away with illegally using mobile phones at the wheel because police officers are too busy to pursue suspects after an accident, according to research. Times, Sunday Times (2016)From next year, the use of a mobile phone while driving will result in a fine of 200 and six penalty points. Times, Sunday Times (2016)ALMOST half a million young people often struggle to pay their mobile phone bill or top-up credit, a charity has found. The Sun (2016)This should be the only time that cameras or mobile phones can be used. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This can then be played through a mobile phone or another portable device. The Sun (2006)He will vow to force mobile phone firms to make it easier to switch providers. The Sun (2015)When was the last time you checked your mobile phone bill? Times, Sunday Times (2014)AThe most important thing to carry is a mobile phone. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Fixed telephone lines failed and mobile phone networks were jammed. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He was able to use a smuggled mobile phone to log on to the internet from prison. The Sun (2010)Telecoms experts say that mobile phone bills are likely to continue to rise. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And the polls tend to miss a lot of voters who have swapped land lines for mobile phones. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She had to be told of her award by a teacher because she does not carry a mobile phone. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Over the past month the stock has rebounded as concerns over how the company will make money from mobile phones have eased. Times, Sunday Times (2012)If you use your mobile phone to call abroad, expect a big bill. The Sun (2012)The problem's getting worse as advances in mobile phone technology make the things more difficult to master all the time. The Sun (2008)The predictions were so far off because no company combined online, telephone and mobile phone polls because they were too expensive. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The solar units have also been adapted recently to charge mobile phones or small radios - often the only source of entertainment and news in villages. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'mobile phone'
British English: mobile phone /ˈməʊbaɪl fəʊn/ NOUN
A mobile phone is a small phone that you can take everywhere with you.
- American English: cell phone
- Arabic: هَاتِفٌ جَوَال
- Brazilian Portuguese: telefone celular
- Chinese: 移动电话
- Croatian: mobilni telefon
- Czech: mobilní telefon
- Danish: mobiltelefon
- Dutch: mobiele telefoon
- European Spanish: teléfono móvil
- Finnish: matkapuhelin
- French: téléphone portable
- German: Mobiltelefon
- Greek: κινητό τηλέφωνο
- Italian: telefono cellulare
- Japanese: 携帯電話
- Korean: 휴대폰
- Norwegian: mobiltelefon
- Polish: telefon komórkowy
- European Portuguese: telemóvel
- Romanian: telefon mobil
- Russian: мобильный телефон
- Spanish: teléfono móvil
- Swedish: mobiltelefon
- Thai: โทรศัพท์มือถือ
- Turkish: cep telefonu
- Ukrainian: мобільний телефон
- Vietnamese: điện thoại di động
Definition of mobile phone from the Collins English Dictionary
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