What's the slang word for "mobiltelefon"? In English it could be many things (phone, cell, mobile, etc), in French "portable", in German "handy"... just wondering =p
Mobil or telefon is often used
In Belgium the normal word for it is GSM, which is the abbreviation of Global System for Mobile Communications, or also the french equivalent Groupe Spécial Mobile.
Same in Bulgaria
Can you accept mobile phone please? We don't tend to use cellphone in the UK.
And in the US, we write it out as two words. I don't recall ever seeing it as one before; it looks wrong.
Can this be used to mean "she has his telephone number" or is it restricted only to having the physical device?
No, this is about the device.
"hun har hans mobiltelefonnummer" is about the number.
I wish that cellphone has a password..
In England we say mobile phone (which is more like the Danish)
Why hans and not hendes ?
She has his phone, not hers