Definition of steno in English:

steno

Line breaks: steno
Pronunciation: /ˈstɛnəʊ
 
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noun (plural stenos)

North American informal
1A shorthand typist: it was written by the little steno herself
More example sentences
  • When they kiss, the stenos hide their blushing faces behind their steno pads.
1.1 [as modifier] short for stenography. the steno pool I carry a steno pad and two pens
More example sentences
  • From that position Papa read the many investment newsletters to which he subscribed, tinkered with small parts, or filled steno pads with his odd, cryptic notes and lists.
  • No red-blooded reporter from the American steno pool would pull a stunt like that.
  • Sue gives him flies for simply appreciating them and showing her the little spiral-bound steno pad in which he logs which fly caught which fish under which conditions.

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