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Pronunciation: / ˈɛntrifoʊn / Pronunciation: /ˈɛntrɪfəʊn/

Translation of entryphone in Spanish:


  • (British English)
    portero (masculine) eléctrico or (Spain) automático
    Example sentences
    • Police say they believe the intruders rang the entryphone at the main door and one of the residents let them in.
    • Still thinking that all this stuff would soon go away on Sunday afternoon, the doorbell rang and a voice on my entryphone said ‘Hello, I'm from the national press.’
    • Yet on none of these occasions has the video screen of my entryphone flickered into life.

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