- a person or thing that charges
- a horse ridden in battle or on parade
- an apparatus used to charge storage batteries
Archaic a large, flat dish; platter
Origin of chargerMiddle English chargeour from Old French from chargier, charge
- One that charges, such as an instrument that charges or replenishes storage batteries.
- A horse trained for battle; a cavalry horse.
A large shallow dish; a platter.
Origin of chargerMiddle English chargeour from Old French chargeor from chargier to load ; see charge .
- A device that charges or recharges.
- Put the batteries in the charger overnight so we can use them tomorrow.
- A large horse trained for battle and used by the cavalry. They were of a lighter build than a destrier
- The knight rode a white charger.
- A large platter.
- The fancy restaurant used a white porcelain charger when serving.
- One who charges.
- (firearms) A speedloader that holds several cartridges together in a single unit for easier loading of a firearm's magazine.
- (prison) A rectal concealment container for prohibited material such as money, drugs and tools.
charge + -er
charger - Computer Definition
- Grab a fashion case in your favorite color, a gel skin with a handy wrist strap, or just get yourself started with the MyTouch Starter Kit that includes a black gel skin, car charger, a commuter mug, and On the Go App recommendations.
- I left mine in the truck on the charger last night.
- Ashley wasn't in the room, though Jessi recognized some of her cousin's things: a pink cell phone charger, a backpack that yawned open to reveal clothes, the stack of colorful beaded bracelets on the arm of the couch.
- She put her cell phone on its charger and explored the house, admiring his taste in everything from furniture to paintings to simple décor.
- The auto charger was in the car, but she had a plug-in type at home.