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tel·e·graph
[tel-i-graf, -grahf]
NOUN
1.
an apparatus, system, or process for transmitting messages or signals to a distant place, especially by means of an electric device consisting essentially of a sending instrument and a distant receiving instrument connected by a conducting wire or other communications channel.
2.
Nautical. an apparatus, usually mechanical, for transmitting and receiving orders between the bridge of a ship and the engine room or some other part of the engineering department.
3.
a telegraphic message.
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT)
4.
to transmit or send (a message) by telegraph.
5.
to send a message to (a person) by telegraph.
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