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wireless

[ wahyuhr-lis ]
/ ˈwaɪər lɪs /
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adjective
noun
verb (used with or without object)
to telegraph or telephone by wireless.
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Origin of wireless

First recorded in 1890–95; wire + -less

OTHER WORDS FROM wireless

wire·less·ly, adverbwire·less·ness, nounpre·wire·less, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for wireless

wireless
/ (ˈwaɪəlɪs) /

adjective
communicating without connecting wires or other material contactswireless networks; wireless internet connection
noun
mainly British old-fashioned another word for radio

Derived forms of wireless

wirelessly, adverb
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