Examples from the Web for cellphone
At the moment when the remaining gunmen were distracted by a cellphone call, the five survivors bolted into the darkness.
He had reached her on her cellphone, and she had told him she was just late to class.
He subsequently told her that the cellphone used to film the scene had been lost in battle.
SURUÇ, Turkey—He gazes at the photograph of his daughter Evan on his cellphone as he offers to let me look.Kobani Still Stands Against ISIS and All Odds. But for How Long?|Jamie Dettmer|October 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Clinton, meanwhile, spent several minutes greeting audience members along the rope line and posing for cellphone selfies.Hillary Clinton Basks in Labor’s Love: ‘This Is Like a Homecoming!’|David Freedlander|September 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Then her computer rang—the net-phone she forwarded her cellphone to when her computer was live and connected.
Without waiting for an answer, he turned on his heel and stepped behind the fire-engine, reaching for his cellphone.
British Dictionary definitions for cellphone
Word Origin and History for cellphone
also cell phone, 1984, short for cellular phone.
Culture definitions for cellphone
A portable telephone that uses wireless cellular technology to send and receive phone signals. This technology works by dividing the Earth into small regions called cells. Within each cell the wireless telephone signal goes over its assigned bandwidth to a cell tower, which relays the signal to a telephone switching network, connecting the user to the desired party.