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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspeakerphonespeak‧er‧phone /ˈspiːkəfəʊn $ -kərfoʊn/ noun [countable] especially American English  a telephone that contains a microphone and a loudspeaker, so that you can use it without holding it. Speakerphones are especially used in business meetings when groups of people in different places want to talk to each other.
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speakerphoneBoth computers had a 28,800-baud fax modem, 16 megabytes of random-access memory and voice mail / speakerphone capabilities.A technician using the speakerphone will ask which of his residents you wish to view.
From Longman Business Dictionaryspeakerphonespeak‧er‧phone /ˈspiːkəfəʊn-kərfoʊn/ noun [countable]OFFICE a telephone that you can use without holding it near your face, so that a small group of people can hear and take part in the conversationa handsfree speakerphone with digital sound enhancement
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