Definition for pager (2 of 2)
Origin of pager2
Examples from the Web for pager
As part of his job move, Zanzi says, he was given a pager so he would be accessible to Travolta around the clock.8 Juiciest Bits From Latest Lawsuit Against John Travolta|Maria Elena Fernandez|June 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Blinker got a pager and looked up the movements of Sunday steamboats.The Trimmed Lamp|O. Henry
British Dictionary definitions for pager
Word Origin and History for pager
"device that emits a signal when activated by a telephone call," 1968, agent noun from page (v.1).
Culture definitions for pager
A wireless device that, when activated, signals the bearer to contact either a predetermined party or the party indicated on the device itself. Often called a beeper for the annoying beeps some pagers use to alert their owner.