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"fax" in British English

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faxnoun

uk   /fæks/ us   /fæks/

faxverb [T]

uk   /fæks/ us   /fæks/
B1 to send a document using a fax machine: I'll fax it (through/over/across) to you. [+ two objects] Fax me your reply/Fax your reply to me.

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(Definition of fax from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"fax" in American English

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faxnoun [C]

us   /fæks/
a document that is sent by electronic image through a telephone line: I’ll send you a fax of the proposal.
A fax (also also fax machine) is also the machine that sends or receives such an image.
fax
verb [T] us   /fæks/
I faxed the changes to my publisher.
(Definition of fax from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"fax" in Business English

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faxnoun

uk   /fæks/ us   COMMUNICATIONS
[C] a document that is sent electronically along a phone line and is printed out when it is received: send sb a fax Could you send me a fax with your contact details please.
[C] also fax machine a machine for sending and receiving documents electronically along a phone line: Do you have a fax at home?
[U] a way of sending and receiving documents electronically along a phone line: send sth by fax I'll send the invoice by fax.

faxverb [T]

uk   /fæks/ us   COMMUNICATIONS
to send a document electronically along a phone line using a fax machine: Please fax me a copy of your passport.
(Definition of fax from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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