Rechargeable is used with these nouns: ↑battery

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  • rechargeable — [ r(ə)ʃarʒabl ] adj. • 1964; de recharger ♦ Qu on peut recharger. Briquet rechargeable (opposé à jetable). ● rechargeable adjectif Qu on peut recharger. rechargeable adj. Qui peut être rechargé. Stylo rechargeable …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • rechargeable — UK US /ˌriːˈtʃɑːdʒəbl/ adjective ► able to be recharged (= filled again with electricity) when it has used all its electricity: »a rechargeable battery »We try to buy reusable, repairable, and rechargeable products …   Financial and business terms

  • rechargeable — (adj.) 1901 of batteries, etc., from RECHARGE (Cf. recharge) + ABLE (Cf. able). Earlier in financial accounts …   Etymology dictionary

  • rechargeable — [[t]ri͟ːtʃɑ͟ː(r)ʤəb(ə)l[/t]] rechargeables ADJ: usu ADJ n Rechargeable batteries can be recharged and used again. Some electrical products are described as rechargeable when they contain rechargeable batteries. ...a portable phone which will run… …   English dictionary

  • rechargeable — rechargeability, n. /ree chahr jeuh beuhl/, adj. 1. (of a storage battery) capable of being charged repeatedly. Cf. cordless (def. 2). n. 2. a rechargeable battery. [1945 50; RE + CHARGEABLE] * * * …   Universalium

  • rechargeable — recharge ► VERB 1) charge (something, especially a battery) again. 2) return to a normal state of mind or strength after exertion. DERIVATIVES rechargeable adjective recharger noun …   English terms dictionary

  • rechargeable — adjective capable of being recharged a rechargeable battery • Similar to: ↑reversible …   Useful english dictionary

  • rechargeable — adjective see recharge …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • rechargeable — 1. adjective able to be recharged, especially of a battery that can be recharged from mains electricity via a charger 2. noun A device that may be recharged …   Wiktionary

  • rechargeable — adj. refillable, can be recharged, can be reloaded …   English contemporary dictionary

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