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telegraphic

Saltos de línea: tele|graph¦ic
Pronunciación: /tɛlɪˈɡrafɪk
 
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Definición de telegraphic en inglés:

adjetivo

1Of or by a telegraph or telegram: the telegraphic transfer of the funds
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • If the customer orders that the money be transmitted by a telegraphic transfer or by telex, it is to be assumed that he requires the transaction to be carried out on the same day.
  • Then he sent £100,000 by telegraphic transfer to Austin.
  • All payments under this pledge shall be made in United States Dollars by means of telegraphic transfer remittance to the mutually agreed bank account.
2(Especially of speech) omitting inessential words; concise: telegraphic speech
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The speech is often called telegraphic (nouns and action verbs only) and is flat, unmelodic, and distorted.
  • Pearls was the telegraphic code word for bed bugs!
  • Messages tend to be short, even telegraphic, and may omit grammatical bridges.

Derivados

telegraphically

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adverbio
Example sentences
  • Because we've grown accustomed to films that relate plot telegraphically, this extended scene may feel like a tedious indulgence.
  • In Boston, Alexander Graham Bell filed a patent for an invention capable of ‘transmitting vocal utterance telegraphically,’ the device that would come to be known as the telephone.
  • A few examples, telegraphically stated, must suffice here.

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