cellphone

[[t]se̱lfoʊn[/t]]
cellphones
N-COUNT
A cellphone is the same as a cellular phone. [INFORMAL]
Syn:
cellular phone, mobile phone

English dictionary. 2008.

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  • cellphone — [sel′fōn΄] n. short for CELLULAR PHONE …   English World dictionary

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