There are 2 definitions of charger in English:

charger1

Syllabification: charg·er
Pronunciation: /ˈCHärjər
 
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noun

1A horse trained for battle; a cavalry horse.
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  • In the bulky china cabinet were clay and porcelain and ceramic horses - painted mares and stallions and chargers, some all black or all brown or nut-colored or cream-colored.
  • Coursers had none of the ponderous, muscle-bound massiveness that characterized the chargers of heavy foreign knights and made them look so clumsy and unwieldy.
  • The contrast the white charger and silver knight made as they cantered toward the castle was an inspiring sight that was not lost on her.
2A device for charging a battery or battery-powered equipment.
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  • Do not use incompatible cell phone batteries and chargers.
  • Some devices also use battery chargers, which may need replacing and cost around $200.
  • The one absolute necessary accessory is a battery charger.

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There are 2 definitions of charger in English:

charger2

Syllabification: charg·er
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈCHärjər/
(also charger plate)

noun

A large, flat dish; a platter.
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  • The First Church of Deerfield retains two large plates, or chargers, marked by the London pewterer Samuel Ellis I.

Origin

Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French chargeour, from chargier 'to load', from late Latin carricare, carcare 'to load' (see charge).

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