when someone can't hear on thier cell phone because of static.(I find this very annoying.)

he's cell-yelling and It's really bothering me.

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  • cell yell — n. Excessively loud cell phone talking. Also: cell yell. Example Citation: Before the cell phone, theatergoers rushed to the lobby during intermissions simply for a quick smoke. Now they hurry out to shout (the cell yell, it s called) into their… …   New words

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  • yell phone — n. A cell phone, especially one into which a person is talking in a loud voice. Example Citation: A few weeks ago, three members of Lil Kim s posse stopped at a deli in Brooklyn, on the way to the airport. A guy inside was barking into his yell… …   New words

  • Yell, Shetland — Infobox Scottish island | GridReference=HU492935 celtic name= norse name=Jala meaning of name=Possibly of Pictish origin or from Old Norse for barren area=21,211 ha area rank=11 highest elevation=Hill of Arisdale 210 m Population=957 population… …   Wikipedia

  • SAR — acronym. Specific absorption rate: the rate at which the electromagnetic radiation emissions from a cell phone or other wireless device are absorbed by bodily tissue. Example Citation: Beginning in December, cell phonemakers will put this SAR… …   New words

  • m-commerce — n. Mobile commerce: the processing of payments through a cell phone or handheld organizer. Example Citation: Vending machines are a favorite example among those peddling the m commerce concept. Rather than stand in front of a soda machine fishing …   New words

  • stage-phoning — (STAYJ foh.ning) n. Attempting to impress nearby people by talking on a cell phone in an animated, theatrical manner. Example Citation: Frequently seen in cafes, coffeehouses and airports, the Dealmaker speaks loudly and appears to prefer captive …   New words

  • DWY — (DEE dub.ul yoo.wy) abbr. Driving while yakking driving a car while talking on a cell phone. Example Citation: Officers have their hands full already, and unless the legislature makes the fine higher than the $ 25 proposed in these bills, cops… …   New words

  • magnetic wood — n. Wood packed with magnetic particles that absorb microwave radio signals, particularly those emitted by cell phones. Example Citations: Americans seeking a legal way to jam cell phones can look into passive jamming technologies. For instance,… …   New words

  • thumb culture — (THUM kul.chur; th as in thin) n. People who are skilled at using their thumbs to manipulate objects such as cell phone keys, small joysticks, and notebook computer pointers. Example Citation: Indeed, Japan is the model for a wireless… …   New words

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