Definition of 'morse code'
Example sentences containing 'Morse code'
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But the buzzing went on, rhythmically, like a message in Morse code. COMPULSIONEven from this distance his smile still flashed at her, like Morse code. PROSPECT HILL (2003)You know, like Morse code, three dots and a dash sort of thing. SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)
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Translations for 'morse code'
British English: morse code /mɔːs kəʊd/ NOUN
Morse code is a code used for sending messages. It represents each letter of the alphabet using short and long sounds or flashes of light, which can be written down as dots and dashes.
- American English: morse code
- Arabic: شَفْرَةُ مُورس
- Brazilian Portuguese: código Morse
- Chinese: 摩尔斯式电码
- Croatian: Morseovi znakovi
- Czech: morseovka
- Danish: morsealfabetet
- Dutch: morse
- European Spanish: morse
- Finnish: morseaakkoset
- French: morse code
- German: Morsezeichen
- Greek: κώδικας Μορς
- Italian: Morse
- Japanese: モールス信号
- Korean: 모스
- Norwegian: morse
- Polish: alfabet Morse'a
- European Portuguese: código Morse
- Romanian: codul morse
- Russian: азбука Морзе
- Spanish: morse
- Swedish: morse
- Thai: รหัสมอร์ส
- Turkish: Mors kodu alfabe
- Ukrainian: азбука Морзе
- Vietnamese: mã Morse
Definition of morse code from the Collins English Dictionary
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