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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhandsethand‧set /ˈhændset/ noun [countable]  1 the part of a telephone that you hold near your ear and mouth2 the part of a mobile phone that you hold in your hand
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handsetRecorded commentaries will be available to visitors through a handset.A handset would contain an ultrasonic transmitter and the television fitted with a matching receiver.He picked up the radio handset.Picking up the radio handset, he called the exercise to a halt.As he watched, Spatz tried the emergency phone, then threw the handset down angrily.A speaker and a microphone lets you talk and listen without using the handset.The handset is a NiCad rechargeable system that takes 12 hours to fully charge.The handset looks like an elongated remote control and weighs only 1 pound.
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