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tel·ex / ˈteleks/ • n. an international system of telegraphy with printed messages transmitted and received by teleprinters using the public telecommunications network. ∎  a device used for this. ∎  a message sent by this system. • v. [tr.] communicate with (someone) by telex. ∎  send (a message) by telex.

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telex

telex: see telegraph.

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Telex

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telex

telex (ˈtɛlɛks) teleprinter exchange

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