Noun(1) apparatus used to communicate at a distance over a wire (usually in Morse code
Verb(1) send cables, wires, or telegrams
(1) I must go and telegraph Mama(2) she would rush off to telegraph news to her magazine(3) It was communication by telegraph that brought one of the biggest revolutions in weather forecasting techniques.(4) During the 1870s much of East Asia, including Australia, was linked by telegraph , though the trans-Pacific cable was not complete until 1902.(5) Women as perpetrators include nearly 200 women tried as spies, smugglers, couriers, and saboteurs conducting such activity as cutting telegraph wire.(6) How do we not telegraph to the rest of the world that we are vulnerable in some way?(7) In 1832, the same year he became professor of painting and sculpture at the University of the City of New York, he drafted his first ideas for an electric telegraph .(8) There was so much emigration in the past I remember, in the post office, people would send money home by telegraph every week.(9) In 1832, Baron Schilling, a Russian diplomat, linked the Summer Palace of the tsar in St Petersburg to the Winter Palace using a telegraph with rotating magnetized needles.(10) You can operate an optical telegraph as used in the Napoleonic wars, crank up second world war field telephones and learn to read Morse and semaphore.(11) You never want to telegraph that you underestimate in any way, shape or form your opponent's strength.(12) I must go and telegraph Mom(13) Devices like the telegraph , telephone, phonograph, and radio annihilated physical and temporal distance.(14) Once the codebook was established and disseminated, a telegraph could serve as such a device.(15) Then a telegraph operator tapped out this one-word message: DONE.(16) The telegraph wires had broken as well, according to the couple that had stopped by.
(1) telegraph operator :: gweithredwr telegraff
1. telegraphy ::
2. wire ::
3. cable ::
Different Formstelegraph, telegraphed, telegrapher, telegraphers, telegraphese, telegraphic, telegraphing, telegraphist, telegraphists, telegraphs, telegraphy
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