- chargeable transfer,
- charged particle,
- chargé d'affaires,
Origin of charger1
Origin of charger2
Examples from the Web for charger
She disconnects her cell phone from its charger when it starts chiming.
Laid out in front of me was a jumble of items, my computer and a charger among them.
She leaned over and swished his charger with her little whip, and slipped past him.Rung Ho!|Talbot Mundy
Not infrequently a horse is found in a corner—the chief's own charger; and even sometimes a dog at the master's feet.
A leg of the charger extended slantingly upward precisely as stiff as a stake.The Little Regiment|Stephen Crane
He was already standing on the broad back of the charger, steadying himself by a firm grip of Martin's collar.The Vultures|Henry Seton Merriman
The hussar fell from his horse, and the Pole's charger galloped away with his master's lifeless body.Debit and Credit|Gustav Freytag
Word Origin for charger
late 15c., "one who loads," agent noun from charge (v.). Meaning "horse ridden in charging" is from 1762.