cablegram


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ca·ble·gram

 (kā′bəl-grăm′)
n.
A telegram sent by submarine cable.

cablegram

(ˈkeɪbəlˌɡræm)
n
(Telecommunications) a more formal name for cable5

ca•ble•gram

(ˈkeɪ bəlˌgræm)

n.
a telegram sent by underwater cable.
[1865–70, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cablegram - a telegram sent abroadcablegram - a telegram sent abroad    
telegram, wire - a message transmitted by telegraph
Translations

cablegram

[ˈkeɪblgræm] Ncablegrama m

cablegram

[ˈkeɪblˌgræm] ncablogramma m
References in classic literature ?
He gave rapid orders on many different matters, asked to have read to him a cablegram he expected from Petersburg, and one from Vienna.
So quickly was this order filled that on the twelfth day after the arrival of the cablegram, the ships were on their way to Messina with the lumber.
Here is a message for you, forwarded from Baltimore; it is a cablegram from Paris.
He would tell them about the cablegram when they were all on board the train.
On his study table--a curious note of modernism where everything seemed to belong to a bygone world--was a cablegram.
When my message has been presented to the person to whom it has been addressed, when my trust is discharged, then and then only shall I send that cablegram.
Cablegram Checking if a joint or underground, the point No.
He contacted the president of the Security Council and proposed that he would send a cablegram to his representative (Bunche), empowering him to assume full authority of the Palestine mission until further notice.
On behalf of the Association, a strong plea was lodged by cablegram and letter against the proposed closing of the Classics Department at Bedford College, University of London.
Cablegram Dated 29 June 1950 From the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics to the Secretary-General Concerning the Security Council Resolution of 27 June 1950 (S/1511), U.