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charg·er 1

 (chär′jər)
n.
1. One that charges, such as an instrument that charges or replenishes storage batteries.
2. A horse trained for battle; a cavalry horse.

charg·er 2

 (chär′jər)
n.
A large shallow dish; a platter.

[Middle English chargeour, from Old French chargeor, from chargier, to load; see charge.]

charger

(ˈtʃɑːdʒə)
n
1. a person or thing that charges
2. (Military) a large strong horse formerly ridden into battle
3. (Electronics) a device for charging or recharging an accumulator or rechargeable battery

charger

(ˈtʃɑːdʒə)
n
(Antiques) antiques a large dish for serving at table or for display
[C14 chargeour something to bear a load, from chargen to charge]

charg•er1

(ˈtʃɑr dʒər)

n.
1. a person or thing that charges.
2. a horse suitable to be ridden in battle.
3. an apparatus for charging storage batteries.
[1475–85]

charg•er2

(ˈtʃɑr dʒər)

n.
a large, flat dish or platter.
[1275–1325; Middle English chargeour. See charge, -or2]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.charger - formerly a strong swift horse ridden into battle
warhorse - horse used in war
2.charger - a device for charging or recharging batteriescharger - a device for charging or recharging batteries
device - an instrumentality invented for a particular purpose; "the device is small enough to wear on your wrist"; "a device intended to conserve water"
Translations
حِصان، جَوادشَاحِن
kůňnabíječka
opladerstridshest
laturi
punjač
stríîshestur
充電器
충전기
vojenský kôň
laddare
เครื่องอัดไฟ
cenk atışarj aleti
bộ sạc

charger

[ˈtʃɑːdʒəʳ] N (Elec) → cargador m; (= warhorse) → corcel m, caballo m de guerra

charger

[ˈtʃɑːrdʒər] n
(also battery charger) → chargeur m
(old-fashioned) (= warhorse) → cheval m de bataillechar-grilled chargrilled [ˌtʃɑːrˈgrɪld] adj (British) [meat, fish] → grillé(e) au feu de bois

charger

n
(= battery charger)Ladegerät nt
(= horse)Ross nt
(old, = dish) → Platte f

charger

[ˈtʃɑːdʒəʳ] n (Elec) (also battery charger) → caricabatterie m inv; (old) (warhorse) → destriero

charge

(tʃaːdʒ) verb
1. to ask as the price (for something). They charge 50 cents for a pint of milk, but they don't charge for delivery.
2. to make a note of (a sum of money) as being owed. Charge the bill to my account.
3. (with with) to accuse (of something illegal). He was charged with theft.
4. to attack by moving quickly (towards). We charged (towards) the enemy on horseback.
5. to rush. The children charged down the hill.
6. to make or become filled with electricity. Please charge my car battery.
7. to make (a person) responsible for (a task etc). He was charged with seeing that everything went well.
noun
1. a price or fee. What is the charge for a telephone call?
2. something with which a person is accused. He faces three charges of murder.
3. an attack made by moving quickly. the charge of the Light Brigade.
4. the electricity in something. a positive or negative charge.
5. someone one takes care of. These children are my charges.
6. a quantity of gunpowder. Put the charge in place and light the fuse.
ˈcharger noun
formerly, a horse used in battle.
in charge of
responsible for. I'm in charge of thirty men.
in someone's charge
in the care of someone. You can leave the children in his charge.
take charge
1. (with of) to begin to control, organize etc. The department was in chaos until he took charge (of it).
2. (with of) to take into one's care. The policeman took charge of the gun.

charger

شَاحِن nabíječka oplader Ladegerät φορτιστής cargador laturi chargeur punjač caricabatterie 充電器 충전기 laadapparaat lader ładowarka carregador зарядное устройство laddare เครื่องอัดไฟ şarj aleti bộ sạc 充电器
References in classic literature ?
A CHARGER, feeling the infirmities of age, was sent to work in a mill instead of going out to battle.
He's cock of the school, and head of the School-house side, and the best kick and charger in Rugby.
They seldom go into the scrummage, but must have more coolness than the chargers.
First came Black Simon with his banner, bestriding a lean and powerful dapple-gray charger, as hard and wiry and warwise as himself.
She pointed persuasively along the path with her riding whip, while their eyes met in a look which the young man lingered a moment to prolong; then, yielding to her gentle influence, he clapped his spurs into his charger, and in a few bounds was again at the side of Cora.
Most famous in our Western annals and Indian traditions is that of the White Steed of the Prairies; a magnificent milk-white charger, large-eyed, small-headed, bluff-chested, and with the dignity of a thousand monarchs in his lofty, overscorning carriage.
A charger neighs; one turns to start, Crushing the kingcups as he flies, And one pale maiden vainly tries To hush the tumult in her heart And veil the secret of her eyes.
They cantered forward at as brisk a pace as Joe's charger could attain, and presently stopped in the little copse where he had left her in the morning.
For a moment they drew rein and eyed each other in silence, and then one, a great black mailed knight upon a black charger, cried out something to the other which the boy could not catch.
the Baptist on a charger shows that pagan myths have somewhat
The quiet man astride looked mouse-colored upon such a splen- did charger.
During the night the Simpleton and his comrade went, together into a big field, not forgetting to take the bundle of wood with them, which the man spread out in all directions--and in a moment a mighty army stood upon the spot, regiment on regiment of foot and horse soldiers; the bugles sounded and the drums beat, the chargers neighed, and their riders put their lances in rest, and the soldiers presented arms.