Definition of cordless
: having no cord; especially : powered by a battery a cordless telephone
Recent Examples of cordless from the Web
For a client such as Stanley Black & Decker, that means cordless power tools would maintain high power for longer periods.
Makita made a splash at this year's World of Concrete by introducing the new 18V X2 LXT (36V) brushless cordless rear-handle 7-1/4 inch circular saw.
A bevy of new wireless Ethernet systems give PC and Mac users – especially notebook carriers – a cordless way to exploit the fat bandwidth of a 10BaseT Ethernet, DSL, or cable-modem connection.
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First Known Use of cordless
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Definition of cordless for English Language Learners
: powered by a battery rather than by electricity through a cord
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