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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmobile phoneˌmobile ˈphone ●●● S2 W2 noun [countable]  TCTa telephone that you can carry with you and use in any place syn cellular phone American English mobile phone users
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mobile phoneIt used to be only the City yuppie, but now most people can afford a mobile phone.The frantic driver was able to get out of his car and call emergency services on his mobile phone.Ericsson, the world's third-largest mobile phone company, is to halt production of handsets, shedding 11,000 manufacturing jobs.Cable & Wireless fell 23p to 846p after its Mercury operation launched a new mobile phone service.There wasn't a dry eye on the terrace-until somebody's mobile phone went off, anachronistically.Dimension Data rose 4.1 per cent to R52.90 while mobile phone operator M-Cell jumped 76.6 per cent to R26.65.