Dictaphone

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Dic·ta·phone

 (dĭk′tə-fōn′)
A trademark for an apparatus that records and reproduces dictation for transcription.

Dictaphone

(ˈdɪktəˌfəʊn)
n
(Electronics) trademark a tape recorder designed for recording dictation and later reproducing it for typing

Dic•ta•phone

(ˈdɪk təˌfoʊn)
Trademark.
a brand name for a dictating machine.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Dictaphone - a tape recorder that records and reproduces dictationDictaphone - a tape recorder that records and reproduces dictation
tape machine, tape recorder - a magnetic recorder using magnetic tape
Translations

Dictaphone

® [ˈdɪktəfəʊn] Ndictáfono ® m

Dictaphone®

nDiktaphon nt, → Diktafon nt

Dictaphone

® [ˈdɪktəˌfəʊn] ndittafono ®
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Exhibiting companies include Allstream, Aspect Communications, Avaya Canada Corporation, BCE Elix (A Bell Canada Company), Dictaphones, IEX Corporation, Nortel, Opus Group, SYMON Communications Inc.
Aspect Communications, Avaya, BCE Elix, Dictaphone, IEX, Nortel, and TELUS among the exhibitors at ICCM Canada, March 21 - 23, 2005 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre