- 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (method) telégrafo (masculine); (before noun/delante del nombre) [wire/cable] telegráficoMore example sentences1.2 countable/numerable (message) telegrama (masculine), despacho (masculine) telegráfico
- Miraculously, even the telegraph wires along which Morse code messages once pulsed still dangle in the breeze.
- The mathematical description of heat flow linked his work on thermodynamics, the cooling of the Earth and even the flow of electrical signals through telegraph wires.
- On 11 May 1874 the residents of Callington celebrated the connection by telegraph with Adelaide.
- 1.1 [message/congratulations] telegrafiar* I telegraphed her to come at once le telegrafié para que viniera inmediatamente I telegraphed him $200 le mandé un giro de or le giré 200 dólaresMore example sentences
More example sentences1.2 (signal) (especially American English/especialmente inglés norteamericano) avisar, anunciar
- But when such disputation is telegraphed to a wired world in real time, it can wreak havoc with U.S. diplomacy.
- The PIC directed the removal of the power cords, which I acknowledged and telegraphed to the sergeant.
- The Home Office has telegraphed to the police authorities intimating that a certain relaxation on the Lighting Regulation is permitted.
- He telegraphs a curious expression across the curious pseudo - restaurant that serves as the canteen in the bowels of Television Centre.
- Owners emerge, eye contact is made, body language is telegraphed.
- Unless this strategy takes account of the realpolitik of dealings with the EU, it too runs the risk of telegraphing the Government's intentions in a way that could cost a high price in negotiations, and in the years to come.
- telegrafiar*, mandar un telegrama