franking machine


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Noun1.franking machine - a machine that automatically stamps letters or packages passing through it and computes the total charge
machine - any mechanical or electrical device that transmits or modifies energy to perform or assist in the performance of human tasks
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franking machine

[ˈfræŋkɪŋməˈʃiːn] N(máquina f) franqueadora f

franking machine

franking machine

[ˈfræŋkɪŋməˌʃiːn] naffrancatrice f
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And the picture on the left shows Mr Lomas trying his hand at a franking machine with Mr Hood and Mr Waite (right).
AN NHS employee ran a mail order catalogue using stock he stole from a hospital storeroom - even using the franking machine to maximise profits.
While its prices have risen, commercial users can make savings by investing in franking machines. According to a spokesman at Expertmarket.co.uk, which claims to be independent of franking machine vendors, (bit.ly/18xzPXk), "entry level franking machines can be rented from 17 [pounds sterling] plus VAT per month.
[USPRwire, Wed Apr 17 2013] Franking Machine Warehouse, a subsidiary company of Mailcoms brings new FP Remanufactured and Compatible ink cartridges for their clients to choose from.
Then my postage franking machine tells me it needs ink.
You licked the gum and stuck them down, and if the franking machine missed, you could steam them off and use them again.
Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom, October 29, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Do you have a lot of empty franking machine cartridges at your office waiting for someone's attention?
German franking machine maker Francotyp-Postalia (ETR:FPH) said on Monday that its unit FP Sveringe AB had bought Japanese Ricoh's (TYO:7752) franking machine operations in Sweden, for an undisclosed sum, to boost local market share.
The A4 envelope was put through the franking machine and posted to Miss Chong.
A SENIOR councillor wrongly used a town hall franking machine to send out political mail, an inquiry has found.
Mr Mowlah said the admin cost of the system would also be a burden: "Sixty per cent of respondents thought the new system would mean extra time spent in administration, while 50 per cent didn't realise they may have to purchase a new franking machine," he said.