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telefacsimile

Line breaks: tele|fac¦sim¦ile
Pronunciation: /ˌtɛlɪfakˈsɪmɪli
 
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Definition of telefacsimile in English:

noun

Another term for fax1.
Example sentences
  • Material that once had to be slowly printed out on a telefacsimile or even received through the mail with a paid subscription to a service is now quickly available on the Web.
  • But since the invention of carbon paper and, still more, the photocopier and the telefacsimile machine, that purpose has largely gone.
  • The Industrial Commission may adopt procedures for filing by telefacsimile transmission in other instances.

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