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analogueadjective

(US analog) uk   /ˈæn.ə.lɒɡ/  us   /ˈæn.ə.lɑːɡ/
  • analogue adjective (WATCH)

analogue clock/watch
a ​clock/​watch that ​shows the ​time using ​numbers around the ​edge and hands that ​point to the ​numbers
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analoguenoun [C]

formal (US usually analog) uk   /ˈæn.ə.lɒɡ/  us   /ˈæn.ə.lɑːɡ/
(Definition of analogue from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"analogue" in Business English

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analogueadjective

(US usually analog) uk   us   /ˈænəlɒɡ/
IT, COMMUNICATIONS using a ​system in which ​information, such as ​sound or ​images, is ​stored or ​sent in a continuously ​changingform, such as ​electricalsignals, radio ​waves, or film: analogue TV/radio/​phone analogue ​system/​signal/​service Viewers would be ​forced to make the ​switch from analogue to ​digital.
showing ​information as a ​picture rather than using whole ​numbers: an analogue ​clock/watch
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(Definition of analogue from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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“analogue” in British English

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