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fax in Communications topic

faxfax2 verb [transitive]  TCBBOto send someone a letter or message using a fax machinefax somebody something She asked me to fax her the details.fax something (through/on) to somebody The contract should be faxed to him today.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
faxThe order will be faxed directly to the manufacturer.At work, faxing is a great way to get information to people immediately.Shall I fax the report or mail it?The lab will test samples and, within 24 hours, fax the results to inspectors.In order to ensure prompt despatch of the Information memorandum to you please fax the signed confidentiality agreement to me on.I know, no, I just told them that I would just fax the stuff over.Tell the catering guys to take some polaroids and fax them through to us.I will fax to you the confirmed orders for this.The magazine began shortly after Kristol spent about a year faxing unsolicited political advice and opinion all around Washington.They've agreed to fax us their proposals tomorrow.fax something (through/on) to somebodyThe internal fax was addressed to a dozen civil servants within the Department of Social Security.And the residents complain their lives have become a series of meetings, calls and faxes trying to address the problem.The communication system division, which makes products ranging from fax machines to cordless telephones, employs 8,500.The lab will test samples and, within 24 hours, fax the results to inspectors.And then fax it to me.Oh did she just fax it to the office?She kept busy in the maternity ward faxing lists back to the office.Tell the catering guys to take some polaroids and fax them through to us.