Definition of V-mail in English:

V-mail

Syllabification: V-mail

noun

1 trademark short for voice mail.
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  • I got a V-mail from Dad last night.
2 short for video mail.
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  • Send us a V-mail, video mail.
  • The meet immediate and human instance of this is V-mail, a remarkable and admirable application-of the record value of film.
  • Our soldiers today have e-mail rather than V-mail, but the principle is the same: as guardians of freedom, the soldier needs to stay grounded in the American way of life.
3A method of microfilming US soldiers' mail to and from home to cut down on shipping costs during World War II, with “V” standing for “victory.”.
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  • Our soldiers today have e-mail rather than V-mail, but the principle is the same: as guardians of freedom, the soldier needs to stay grounded in the American way of life.
  • She was able to find his last letter to her - a V-mail written on 19 November 1944.
  • The children were taught about WWII V-mail and given photo copies of it for use during the week.

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