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walkie-talkie

Line breaks: walkie-talkie
Pronunciation: /wɔːkɪˈtɔːki
 
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Definition of walkie-talkie in English:

noun

A portable two-way radio.
Example sentences
  • Then he used his walkie-talkie to radio headquarters for reinforcements.
  • The Nextel Group Connect service allows up to 21 participants on a group walkie-talkie call.
  • The Push to Talk service is offered over a wired network, allowing for a far wider range than traditional walkie-talkies.

Words that rhyme with walkie-talkie

balky, chalky, corky, gawky, Gorky, Milwaukee, pawky, porky, talkie

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