Translation of dial-in in Spanish:

dial-in

Pronunciation: /ˈdaɪlˈɪn; ˈdaɪəlˌɪn/

adj

  • 1 [Comput] dial-up
    More example sentences
    • You can connect a standard external modem to the PC Weasel and have dial-in access to the computer - not just the running operating system, but the whole machine.
    • It also includes setting up dial-in clients, e-mail aliases, masquerading and list servers.
    • I had reformatted my computer and lost the dial-in number.
  • 2 [Rad] [TV] con llamadas en directo

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