Noun(1) a character printer connected to a telegraph that operates like a typewriter
Verb(1) communicate by telex
(1) networks can be set up to send and receive text by telex(2) As late as the 1980s we were forced to return to Managua or Luanda or some other relatively peaceful place in order to reach a telex machine, a telephone line or a satellite dish.(3) As early as the 1970s, electronic communication was developing, with the telex superseding the humble letter as the preferred means of placing business orders.(4) Finally, a telegraphic or telex message is not recorded, except by the sending and recipient banks.(5) The first of the telex exchanges which led to the London contract included in clause 8 provision that payment should be ├ö├ç├┐without discount, withholding or setoff├ö├ç├û.(6) The accused had based his conviction on a telex he had received in October 1944 from the Regional office of the Gestapo.(7) Transactions are generally concluded over the telephone and confirmed by telex or e-mail between buyers and sellers across whatever distance.(8) Ancient telex machines lie defunct, the lobby floors often stink of petrol - used as a cheap detergent - and windows still have anti-bomb tape on them.(9) Traffic around the telex network had grown from an initial 2,000-3,000 telegrams a year to some 9,000 in 1989.(10) After sending the telex , he returned to the rescue operation, climbing into a hole to help a child.(11) The party invoking force majeur, shall give prompt notice to the other party by fax, telex followed by registered letter stating the kind of Force Majeure.(12) It will additionally support fax, telex , or EDI transmissions├ö├ç┬¬(13) Even today, most capital transfers are communicated through faxes or telex machines and authenticated with pen-and-ink signatures.(14) And he couldn't receive information over the sat phone because he couldn't talk, so he communicated via telex and received instructions.(15) The telex machine in the plant's foreign trade office was buzzing with communications from companies in Europe, America and the Far East.(16) In a forgotten warehouse, 500 telex machines were discovered which had been bought by the previous Chilean government but left unused because nobody knew what to do with them.
(1) telex machine :: テレックス・マシン
1. teletypewriter ::
2. telex machine ::
3. teleprinter ::
Different Formstelex, telexed, telexes, telexing
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