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Turkish translation of “tele-”

tele-

prefix
 
 
/telɪ-/
telephone done using a telephone
telefonla yapılan' anlamında ön ek
telesalesDistant in space and timeCommunicating by telephone
television connected with television
televizyonla ilgili' anlamında ön ek
telecast (= something that is broadcast on television) Television
distance over a long distance
uzun mesafeli' anlamında ön ek
telephoto lens (= a camera lens that makes distant objects look nearer) Distant in space and time
(Definition of tele- from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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