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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Telephone, telegraph
telextel‧ex /ˈteleks/ noun  1 [uncountable]TCT a method of communication, in which messages are written on a special machine and then sent using the telephone network2 [countable]TCT a message sent in this waytelex verb [intransitive, transitive]
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telexHe also had a telephone, a telex machine, and a roof, but none of these was much consolation.Much of the traffic flowing into the Puzzle Palace consists of unencrypted voice and text from telephone, cable, and telex.It is also the interface to Novell NetWare, fax and telex.Useful in developing a feel for the subtleties of language in letter, telex and telephone communication.Fax or telex messages should therefore refer to the standard terms, but the terms themselves be sent by post.Telegraphic transfer is similar except the instructions are sent by cable, phone, telex or electronic transfer.The telephone, telex and fax numbers.But it is believed he was off duty when the telex was sent.
From Longman Business Dictionarytelextel‧ex1 /ˈteleks/ nounTELECOMMUNICATIONS1[uncountable] a system of sending written messages from one business to another along telephone lines or by SATELLITE. This system has been widely replaced by FAX and E-MAILNegotiations were concluded by telex.a telex number2[countable] a message sent in this waya telex from our Kenya officetelextelex2 verb [intransitive, transitive]TELECOMMUNICATIONS to send a message, piece of information etc to someone using a telexMoney can be telexed abroad.
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