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trans·ceiv·er

 (trăn-sē′vər)
n.
A transmitter and receiver housed together in a single unit and having some circuits in common, often for portable or mobile use.

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transceiver

(trænˈsiːvə)
n
(Telecommunications) a device which transmits and receives radio or electronic signals
[C20: from trans(mitter) + (re)ceiver]
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trans•ceiv•er

(trænˈsi vər)

n.
a radio transmitter and receiver combined in one unit.
[1935–40; trans (mitter) + (re) ceiver]
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transceiver

[trænˈsiːvəʳ] Ntransceptor m, transmisor-receptor m
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transceiver

nSender-Empfänger m, → Sende-Empfangsgerät nt
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