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dial British & World English

A face of a clock or watch that is marked to show units of time

dial English Thesaurus

he grabbed the telephone and dialled 999

dial in British & World English

Access a computer system or service remotely via a telephone line

dial up British & World English

Access a computer system or service remotely via a telephone line

dial-a- British & World English

Denoting a service available for booking by telephone

dial-in British & World English

Another term for dial-up.

dial-up British & World English

(Of a computer system or service) used remotely via a telephone line

dial-up New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

used via a telephone line

dial tone British & World English

North American term for dialling tone.

dial-around British & World English

Used to describe a telephone service that requires callers to dial a special access code that enables them to bypass (or ‘dial around’) their chosen long-distance carrier in order to obtain a better rate

speed dial British & World English

A function on some telephones which allows numbers to be entered into a memory and dialled with the push of a single button

dial something in British & World English

Indicate or regulate by means of a dial

dial something up British & World English

Adjust the control on an electrical device so as to increase the level of sound, light, heat, etc. produced

dial something down British & World English

Adjust the control on an electrical device so as to reduce the level of sound, light, heat, etc. produced

dial in in dial British & World English

Access a computer system or service remotely via a telephone line

dial something in in dial British & World English

Indicate or regulate by means of a dial

dial up in dial British & World English

Access a computer system or service remotely via a telephone line

redial British & World English

Dial (a telephone number) again

last number redial in redial British & World English

The facility on a telephone by which the number just dialled may be automatically redialled by pressing a single button

dial something up in dial British & World English

Adjust the control on an electrical device so as to increase the level of sound, light, heat, etc. produced

autodial British & World English

(Of a modem) automatically dial a telephone number or establish a connection with a computer

dialling tone British & World English

A sound produced by a telephone that indicates that a caller may start to dial

dial tone in dialling tone British & World English

A sound produced by a telephone that indicates that a caller may start to dial

dial something down in dial British & World English

Adjust the control on an electrical device so as to reduce the level of sound, light, heat, etc. produced


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