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pag·er

 (pā′jər)
n.
A simple wireless communications device that receives text messages or alerts.

pager

(ˈpeɪdʒə)
n
(Communications & Information) a small electronic device, capable of receiving short messages; usually carried by people who need to be contacted urgently (e.g. doctors)

beep•er

(ˈbi pər)

n.
a pocket-size electronic device whose signal notifies the person carrying it of a telephone message.
[1945–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pager - an electronic device that generates a series of beeps when the person carrying it is being pagedpager - an electronic device that generates a series of beeps when the person carrying it is being paged
electronic device - a device that accomplishes its purpose electronically
Translations
جِهاز استقبال إلكترونيجِهَازُ الْنِدَاءِ
pager
personsøger
hakulaite
minidozivnik
ポケットベル
삐삐
peidžers
bieperpieper
pager
personsökare
วิทยุหรือเครื่องส่งสัญญาณติดตามตัว
máy nhắn tin

pager

[ˈpeɪdʒəʳ] Nlocalizador m, busca m

pager

[ˈpeɪdʒər] ntéléavertisseur m, bip m pager messagepager message nmessage m de téléavertisseurpage-turner [ˈpeɪdʒtɜːrr] nlivre m captivant

pager

n (Telec) → Funkempfänger m, → Pieper m (inf)

pager

[ˈpeɪdʒəʳ] ncercapersone m

pager

(ˈpeidʒə(r)) noun
a small electronic device used by the person carrying it for receiving short messages.

pager

جِهَازُ الْنِدَاءِ pager personsøger Funkempfänger συσκευή ειδοποίησης buscapersonas hakulaite bip minidozivnik cercapersone ポケットベル 삐삐 pieper personsøker pager pager пейджер personsökare วิทยุหรือเครื่องส่งสัญญาณติดตามตัว çağrı cihazı máy nhắn tin 呼机

pager

n buscapersonas m
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