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tel·e·com·mu·ni·ca·tion

 (tĕl′ĭ-kə-myo͞o′nĭ-kā′shən)
n.
1. often telecommunications(used with sing. verb) The science and technology of communication at a distance by transmission of electrical impulses, electromagnetic waves, or optical pulses, as by telephone, radio, television, or computer network: Telecommunications is an important area of professional growth.
2.
a. often telecommunications(used with a pl. verb) The systems used in transmitting such messages: Telecommunications were disrupted by the brownout.
b. A message so transmitted.

telecommunications

(ˌtɛlɪkəˌmjuːnɪˈkeɪʃənz)
n
(Telecommunications) (functioning as singular) the science and technology of communications by telephony, radio, television, etc

tel•e•com•mu•ni•ca•tions

(ˌtɛl ɪ kəˌmyu nɪˈkeɪ ʃənz)

n.
1. Sometimes, telecommunication. (used with a sing. v.) the science and technology of transmitting information, as words, sounds, or images, over great distances, in the form of electromagnetic signals, as by telegraph, telephone, radio, or television.
2. Usu., telecommunication. the act or fact of communicating in such a manner.
[1930–35]

telecommunications

The transfer of information by any electromagnetic means such as wire or radio waves. It includes telephones, telegraphy, radio, and television. It relies on a transmitter, a transmission channel, and a receiver.
Translations
telekomunikace
telekommunikation
tietoliikenne
telekomunikacije
híradástechnika
fjarskiptafræîi
電気通信
원격통신
telekomunikacijos
telekomunikācija
telekomunikácia
telekommunikationer
การสื่อสารทางไกลโดยใช้เทคโนโลยี
telekomünikasyonuz iletişim
viễn thông

telecommunications

[ˈtelɪkəˌmjuːnɪˈkeɪʃənz]
A. N (= area of study) → telecomunicaciones fpl
B. CPD [company, equipment] → de telecomunicaciones
the telecommunications industry Nel sector de telecomunicaciones, la industria de telecomunicaciones

telecommunications

[ˌtɛlikəˌmjuːnɪˈkeɪʃənz]
modif [analyst] → télécommunications; [business, company, group, network, operator] → de télécommunications; [industry, giant, market, operator] → des télécommunicationstelecommunications satellite nsatellite m de télécommunications

telecommunications

n
plFernmeldewesen nt
sing (= science)Fernmeldetechnik f

telecommunications

[ˈtɛlɪkəˌmjuːnɪˈkeɪʃnz] npltelecomunicazioni fpl

telecommunications

(ˈtelikəmjuːniˈkeiʃənz) noun plural
the science of sending messages, information etc by telephone, telegraph, radio, television etc.

telecommunications

الِاتِّصَالاتُ السِّلْكِيَّة telekomunikace telekommunikation Fernmeldewesen τηλεπικοινωνίες telecomunicaciones tietoliikenne télécommunications telekomunikacije telecomunicazioni 電気通信 원격통신 telecommunicatie telekommunikasjon telekomunikacja telecomunicação, telecomunicações телекоммуникация telekommunikationer การสื่อสารทางไกลโดยใช้เทคโนโลยี telekomünikasyon viễn thông 电信
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