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telephone

noun /ˈtelifəun/
( often abbreviated to phone) /foun/ an instrument for speaking to someone from a distance, using either an electric current which passes along a wire or radio waves
teléfono
He spoke to me by telephone / on the telephone ( also adjective) a telephone number/operator.
telephonist /-ˈle-/ noun a person who operates a telephone switchboard in a telephone exchange.
telefonista
telephone booth ( telephone box) a small room or compartment containing a telephone for public use.
cabina de teléfono, cabina telefónica
telephone directory noun ( plural telephone directories) a book containing a list of the names, addresses and telephone numbers of all the people with telephones in a particular area
guía telefónica
Look them up in the telephone directory.
telephone exchange noun a central control through which telephone calls are directed.
central telefónica
Translations of “telephone”
in Arabic هاتِف…
in Korean 전화…
in Malaysian telefon…
in French (de) téléphone…
in Turkish telefon…
in Italian telefono…
in Chinese (Traditional) 電話…
in Russian телефон…
in Polish telefon…
in Vietnamese điện thoại…
in Portuguese telefone…
in Thai โทรศัพท์…
in German das Telefon, Telefon……
in Catalan telèfon…
in Japanese 電話…
in Indonesian telepon…
in Chinese (Simplified) 电话…
(Definition of telephone from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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