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telecommunication (ˌtɛlɪkəˌmjuːnɪˈkeɪʃən Pronunciation for telecommunication



  1. the telegraphic or telephonic communication of audio, video, or digital information over a distance by means of radio waves, optical signals, etc, or along a transmission line

Example Sentences Including 'telecommunication'

Bell paid $200 million Cdn for the telecommunication rights for the 2010 Games.
canada.com (2005)
How live cricket telecasts affect telecommunication services.
Business Today (1998)
I kept well clear of it, substituting telecommunication for travel.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Pictures and sound are carried by the telecommunication network and such conferences take place across the world using satellites.
Samways, B. & Byrne-Jones, T. Computers Basic Facts
THE government has been asked to give priority to the establishment of broadband data and telecommunication links to the islands.
Glasgow Herald (2002)
The interesting new model is much closer to what telecommunication companies provide.
The Australian (2005)


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