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cellphone (plural cellphones)

  1. Alternative form of cell phone

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cellphone (third-person singular simple present cellphones, present participle cellphoning, simple past and past participle cellphoned)

  1. To make a call on a cellphone.
    • 2003, Steven Suskin, Broadway Yearbook 2001-2002: A Relevant and Irreverent Record:
      They stood on line, and slept and ate and cellphoned, all night and into the day.
    • 2009 July 23, “The Truth About Cars and Cellphones”, in New York Times[1]:
      That information —— including estimates that cellphoning drivers caused 955 fatalities and 240,000 accidents in 2002 —— was finally pried loose this week by a freedom of information lawsuit.