Associations to the word «Cartridge»

Pictures for the word «Cartridge»

Wiktionary

CARTRIDGE, noun. (firearms) The package consisting of the bullet, primer, and casing containing gunpowder; a round of ammunition (Wikipedia).
CARTRIDGE, noun. (by extension) A prefabricated subassembly that can be easily installed in or removed from a larger mechanism or replaced with another interchangeable subassembly.
CARTRIDGE, noun. (computing) A vessel which contains the ink (Wikipedia) or toner (Wikipedia) for a computer printer and can be easily replaced with another.
CARTRIDGE, noun. (computing) Magnetic tape storage, used for storing (backup) copies of data (Wikipedia).
CARTRIDGE, noun. (computing) A removable enclosure containing read-only memory devices, used for rapid loading of software onto a home computer or video game console.
CARTRIDGE, noun. (obsolete) A small paper package, e.g. in an old book about making printer's type: After all the type has been cast: "The Boy will paper up each sort in a cartridge by itself".
CARTRIDGE, proper noun. A surname​.
CARTRIDGE BOX, noun. The case in which a soldier carries his cartridges.
CARTRIDGE BOXES, noun. Plural of cartridge box
CARTRIDGE EJECTOR, noun. (electronics) A mechanism to eject a cartridge from it's housing or cartridge drive. Often operates on a simple mechanical principle.
CARTRIDGE PEN, noun. A fountain pen in which the ink is drawn from replaceable cartridges.
CARTRIDGE PENS, noun. Plural of cartridge pen

Dictionary definition

CARTRIDGE, noun. Ammunition consisting of a cylindrical casing containing an explosive charge and a bullet; fired from a rifle or handgun.
CARTRIDGE, noun. A light-tight supply chamber holding the film and supplying it for exposure as required.
CARTRIDGE, noun. A module designed to be inserted into a larger piece of equipment; "he loaded a cartridge of fresh tape into the tape deck".
CARTRIDGE, noun. An electro-acoustic transducer that is the part of the arm of a record player that holds the needle and that is removable.

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