Definition of radio-telephony in English:

radio-telephony

Line breaks: radio-teleph¦ony
Pronunciation: /reɪdɪəʊtɪˈlɛf(ə)ni
 
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Derivatives

radio-telephone

noun
More example sentences
  • Few fighters carried radio-telephones and the leader had to control his pilots by visual signals.
  • He grabbed the radio-telephone, told the operator to connect him to the Dallas bureau, and began to dictate.
  • Until the late 1980s, communications were restricted to a bi-weekly mail service, an unreliable radio-telephone, and a number of CB radio sets.

radio-telephonic

adjective

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