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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcartridgecar‧tridge /ˈkɑːtrɪdʒ $ ˈkɑːr-/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 TDa small container or piece of equipment that you put inside something to make it work 🔊 computer game cartridges 🔊 an ink cartridge for a printer2 PMWa tube containing explosive powder and a bullet that you put in a gun syn shell
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cartridgeFox had found a bullet bedded in the ground and a cartridge case to go with it.All of these devices offer large amounts of storage on relatively low-cost cartridges or disks.The Iomega Jaz drive stores a gigabyte of information on each cartridge and operates as fast as an internal hard drive.a computer game cartridgeLittle piles of cartridges accumulated on the slab - there was nothing else whatever in any of the pockets.Using the optional black-only cartridge it should print a five per cent black page for only 0.7p.My fingers were so cold that I could hardly handle the cartridges, but they very soon warmed up to the work.Wind the film back into the cartridge before you open the camera.I then replaced the cartridges, and they still leaked.The 4300 features separate units, which makes toner cartridge replacement cheaper when it happens.