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wireless

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwirelesswire‧less1 /ˈwaɪələs $ ˈwaɪr-/ ●●○ adjective 🔊 🔊 relating to a system of communications that does not use electrical or telephone wires 🔊 wireless Internet connectionswirelesswireless2 noun British English old-fashioned 🔊 🔊 1 [countable]TCBAMT a radio2 [uncountable] a system of sending messages by radio
Examples from the Corpus
wirelessIt was one of the few cottages which housed a wireless.The TCI-Sprint alliance said it would offer wireless and wired phone service by year-end.The karaoke machine had played the tune a month before the tune turned up on the wireless set.She felt a sense of unreality until all the family except Tony gathered round the wireless set.We listened to the wireless at every opportunity.Also, through creating uniform network standards, it makes it easier to use wireless services nationwide.
From Longman Business Dictionarywirelesswire‧less /ˈwaɪələsˈwaɪr-/ adjective [only before a noun]TELECOMMUNICATIONS wireless phones, systems etc use signals that pass through the air rather than using wires and CABLEsOur expertise will allow us to provide customers with innovative solutions for linking mobile computing devices to corporate wired and wireless networks.
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