A container holding a spool of photographic film, a quantity of ink, or other item or substance, designed for insertion into a mechanism
A casing containing a charge and a bullet or shot for small arms or an explosive charge for blasting
A component carrying the stylus on the pickup head of a record player
ammunition consisting of a cylindrical casing containing an explosive charge and a bullet; fired from a rifle or handgun
magazine: a light-tight supply chamber holding the film and supplying it for exposure as required
a module designed to be inserted into a larger piece of equipment; "he loaded a cartridge of fresh tape into the tape deck"
an electro-acoustic transducer that is the part of the arm of a record player that holds the needle and that is removable
A ROM cartridge is a removable cartridge that contains read-only memory devices and, commonly, flash memory devices to allow some read-write capability. A video game ROM cartridge is sometimes informally known as a cart. ...
A cartridge, also called a round, packages the bullet, gunpowder and primer into a single metallic case precisely made to fit the firing chamber of a firearm. ...
Cartridge is an English surname, it has two potential roots, the first is from John Le Cartwereste (Subsidy roll of Worcestershire 1275). The second potential root is from the Middle English Karkeridge, first mentioned as cadaca hrygc in an Anglo-Saxon charter dating from AD843.
The package consisting of the bullet, primer, and casing containing gunpowder; a round of ammunition; A prefabricated subassembly that can be easily installed in or removed from a larger mechanism or replaced with another interchangeable subassembly; A vessel which contains the ink or toner ...
A replaceable porous element made of paper or polyester used as the filter medium in cartridge filters.
Any removable preformed or prepackaged component containing a filtering media or ion exchanger.
originally used for making cartridges, later used as a strong wrapping paper and as an artists paper.
Typically refers to a valve cartridge. It is a single-piece unit that replaces the use of separate seats, stems, and seals for water-flow control.
(Abbreviated as Cart) – A plastic tube-like piece that is usually stuffed with some sort of absorbent filler material that holds the juice.
quick loading film container. pre-packed and sealed by the manufacturer.
To dream of cartridges, foretells unhappy quarrels and dissensions. Some untoward fate threatens you or some one closely allied to you. If they are empty, there will be foolish variances in your associations.
The unit containing the stylus (needle) that actually converts small electrical impulses to sound.
A rough finished paper used for wrapping.
a thick general-purpose paper used for printing, drawing and wrapping.
The part that holds the stylus in place on your turntable.
A relatively rigid container used for storing unmixed adhesives in pre-measured quantities. Cartridges can either be side-by-side or coaxial.
A replaceable, removable component which controls water flow.
A single, complete round of ammunition.
A porous, replaceable element in some filters. Particulates are removed when they penetrate into the medium. Surface type cartridges have a medium less than ¾ inch thick. Particulates are retained on the surface of the cartridge for removal. ...
refers to ammunition assembled into a single loaded ensemble packed into a metallic casing, such as is fired from rifles, handguns, and machine guns (collectively known as small arms). Such cartridges are called small arms ammunition (SAA).
Roll of thin paper which held a small amount of gun powder in the bottom and a ball or bullet in the top. A soldier needed to tear off the top of the cartridge in order to fire his weapon - part of the nine steps to fire a muzzle loading gun (or five to fire a breech loading gun).