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Bluetooth

(ˈbluːˌtuːθ)
n
(Telecommunications) trademark a short-range radio technology that allows wireless communication between a computer and a keyboard, between mobile phones, etc
[C20: after the 10th-century Danish King Harald Blatand (Harold Bluetooth), instrumental in uniting warring factions in Scandinavia]
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Bluetooth

® [ˈbluːtuːθ] ADJ Bluetooth technologytecnología f Bluetooth ®
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