radiogram

1
[ rey-dee-oh-gram ]
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noun
  1. a message transmitted by radiotelegraphy.

Origin of radiogram

1
First recorded in 1900–05; radio- + -gram1

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Other definitions for radiogram (2 of 2)

radiogram2
[ rey-dee-oh-gram ]

nounBritish.
  1. a combination radio and record player.

Origin of radiogram

2
First recorded in 1905–10; radio + gram(ophone)

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How to use radiogram in a sentence

  • Phleboliths sometimes form in such pouches, and may be recognised in a radiogram.

    Manual of Surgery | Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
  • A radiogram shows a shadow in the muscle, attached at one part as a rule to the coronoid process.

    Manual of Surgery | Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
  • Finally, the sequestrum lies loose in a cavity lined by tuberculous granulation tissue, and is readily identified in a radiogram.

    Manual of Surgery | Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
  • We'll give him another radiogram to take to bed with 'im to-night.

    Walking Shadows | Alfred Noyes
  • In many cases it is only by the aid of a radiogram that an accurate diagnosis can be made (Fig. 25).

British Dictionary definitions for radiogram

radiogram

/ (ˈreɪdɪəʊˌɡræm) /


noun
  1. British a unit comprising a radio and record player

  2. a message transmitted by radiotelegraphy

  1. another name for radiograph

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