[ vois-meyl ]
/ ˈvɔɪsˌmeɪl /
an electronic system enabling the recording and storage of (usually digitized) voice messages, which can subsequently be retrieved by the intended recipient.
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OTHER WORDS FROM voice mailvoice-mail, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for voice mail
Very early one morning, a voice-mail indicator began to blink in Room 6140 of the Interior Department.
British Dictionary definitions for voice mail
an electronic system for the transfer and storage of telephone messages, which can then be dealt with by the user at his or her convenience
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