Definition of telemessage in English:

telemessage

Line breaks: tele|mes¦sage
Pronunciation: /ˈtɛlɪmɛsɪdʒ
 
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noun

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A message sent by telephone or telex and delivered in written form, which replaced the telegram for inland messages in the UK in 1981.
More example sentences
  • Allowances are also provided for ‘telemessages’ which replaced the old telegram system.
  • Her birthday brought her a third telemessage from the Queen.
  • I can't honestly say that I would have considered use of telemessages prior to our emails.

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