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View synonyms for mobile phone

mobile phone

noun

  1. any wireless telephone that operates over a relatively large area, as a cell phone or PCS phone.


mobile phone

noun

  1. a portable telephone that works by means of a cellular radio system


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Word History and Origins

Origin of mobile phone1

First recorded in 1945–50
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Example Sentences

An astounding 80% of all local searches on mobile phones result in a transaction.

Best fitness tracker brands to knowFitness trackers have an interesting heritage—closely related to sports watches and mobile phones—as well as being their own stand-alone tech.

The coronavirus pandemic may have impacted the mobile phone supply chain, and with stay-at-home orders and social distancing measures in place, consumer demand may have also decreased.

For example, if you own a website of mobile phones, then you can attempt to compose a buying guide on them.

Connected to a Windows PC or a mobile phone by a USB Type C cable, the A3 glasses can be used to project up to five virtual screens that can only be seen by the user.

From Fortune

Prison guards in Lima found a contraband mobile phone in his prison cell that he claimed was given to him by the warden.

The conflict between Israel and Gaza is still being waged, at least in a series of mobile phone games.

“That is why we have more manpower this year,” commander Qari Talha told The Daily Beast over his mobile phone.

Spacey was performing in the play Clarence Darrow when a mobile phone began ringing in the stalls.

As late as 2001, there were only six mobile phone numbers listed in the ITD, the court heard.

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