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tel·e·text

 (tĕl′ĭ-tĕkst′)
n.
An electronic communications system in which printed information is broadcast by television signal to sets equipped with decoders.
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Teletext

(ˈtɛlɪˌtɛkst)
n
1. (Broadcasting) trademark (in Britain, formerly) the ITV teletext service. See Ceefax
2. (Broadcasting) (without capital) a form of Videotex in which information is broadcast by a television station and received on an adapted television set
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tel•e•text

(ˈtɛl ɪˌtɛkst)

n.
a data-broadcasting system that displays printed information as well as graphics on television screens.
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teletext

A fast form of telex that links word processors through a telephone line. Developed in Europe in the 1980s as a fast information service.
Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words by Diagram Group Copyright © 2008 by Diagram Visual Information Limited
Translations
نِظام تلفزيوني لبَث النَّص فَقَط
teletext
teletekst
képújságteletext
teletekstas
teleteksts
teletext
teleteks

teletext

[ˈtelɪtekst] Nteletex(to) m
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Teletext®

[ˈtɛlitɛkst] ntélétexte m
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Teletext®

n˜ Videotext m
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Teletext

® [ˈtɛlɪˌtɛkst] n (system) → teletext m inv; (in Italy) → televideo
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telescope

(ˈteliskəup) noun
a kind of tube containing lenses through which distant objects appear closer. He looked at the ship through his telescope.
verb
to push or be pushed together so that one part slides inside another, like the parts of a closing telescope. The crash telescoped the railway coaches.
ˌteleˈscopic (-ˈsko-) adjective
1. of, like, or containing, a telescope. a telescopic sight on a rifle.
2. made in parts which can slide inside each other. a telescopic radio aerial.
teletext (ˈteliˌtekst) noun
a system of TV broadcasts of text only, providing all sorts of information eg weather forecasts, train timetables, news reports, jokes and lottery results.
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