What is another word for chargers?

Pronunciation: [t͡ʃˈɑːd͡ʒəz] (IPA)

When we think of chargers, we often think of electronic devices. But there are a variety of synonyms for the word "chargers" that can enhance your vocabulary. "Adapters" can be used to describe devices that help connect different technologies. "Boosters" and "amplifiers" can refer to devices that increase the power of signals or electrical current. "Rechargers" can be used to describe devices that recharge batteries, while "power banks" are portable chargers that store charge for later use. And for those who love a classic touch, "candle holders" can also be referred to as "chargers." With these synonyms in mind, your language will be well charged!

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Usage examples for Chargers

There were heavy Dragoons and Cuirassiers, on majestic chargers.
"The Missourian"
Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
Red tunics mixed with ragged yellow shirts, and war-chargers and mustangs swirled together as a maelstrom.
"The Missourian"
Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
Eagerly the boys spurred on their chargers, and were soon joined by the Vermonters, who added fresh excitement to the chase.
"Three Years in the Federal Cavalry"
Willard Glazier

Famous quotes with Chargers

  • “I so much.” Haakon laid a hand on the young man’s shoulder. “So do we all.” The prince straightened. “And only in death do we find contentment.” “Lowering thought. Is there to be no happiness in life then?” “I think not. Each moment of joy must be paid for by a moment of equal pain.” “You Dutch merchants, always keeping the books in balance. Do you see God as an accountant?” William smiled slightly. “If he is he’s a shockingly bad one. I’m more than due for some joy.” Haakon caught Barbarossa’s reins near the bit and drew the two chargers to a halt. “Then find it in the moment, H. H. Find it in the moment.”
    Melinda M. Snodgrass

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