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radiotelephone

[ rey-dee-oh-tel-uh-fohn ]
/ 藢re瑟 di o蕣藞t蓻l 蓹藢fo蕣n /
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noun
a telephone in which sound or speech is transmitted by means of radio waves instead of through wires or cables. Abbreviation: RT
verb (used with or without object), ra路di路o路tel路e路phoned, ra路di路o路tel路e路phon路ing.
to telephone by radiotelephony.
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Origin of radiotelephone

First recorded in 1905鈥10; radio- + telephone

OTHER WORDS FROM radiotelephone

ra路di路o路tel路e路phon路ic [rey-dee-oh-tel-uh-fon-ik], /藢re瑟 di o蕣藢t蓻l 蓹藞f蓲n 瑟k/, adjective
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How to use radiotelephone in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for radiotelephone

radiotelephone
/ (藢re瑟d瑟蓹蕣藞t蓻l瑟藢f蓹蕣n) /

noun
Also called: radiophone, wireless telephone a device for communication by means of radio waves rather than by transmitting along wires or cables
verb
to telephone (a person) by radiotelephone
Sometimes shortened to: radio

Derived forms of radiotelephone

radiotelephonic (藢re瑟d瑟蓹蕣藢t蓻l瑟藞f蓲n瑟k), adjectiveradiotelephony (藢re瑟d瑟蓹蕣t瑟藞l蓻f蓹n瑟), noun
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