1. Cell is a single (basic) unit for producing dc electricity by electrochemical or photovoltaic action, as in a battery or a solar panel.
See also, PRIMARY CELL, STANDARD CELL, STORAGE CELL.
2. It is an addressable, one-word-capacity storage element in a computer memory.
3. It is the geographic region covered by a specified repeater in a cellular communications network.
See CELLULAR COMMUNICATIONS.
4. It is an electrostatic charge dipole in the atmosphere, usually occurring in or near thunderstorms.
5. It is a thunderstorm.