[ UK /ˌɪntəkˈɒm/ ]
[ US /ˈɪntɝˌkɑm/ ]
  1. a communication system linking different rooms within a building or ship etc
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How To Use intercom In A Sentence

  • Paige Craven, a sophomore at Souhegan, found out about the program via the intercom, and the idea piqued her interest. | Web Feeds
  • Intercoms, wiring - everything would be shot.
  • This posting is about intercommunication among Zapoteco villagers in Oaxaca State and the notion that communications among various villages can be improved by foreigners introducing radio signal interrelationships to, supposedly, improve inter-village understanding and, perhaps, harmony. Radio stations in Oaxaca
  • So soon as I got them, I sent our partys to sease on them, and found not only three of those rogues, but also ane intercomend minister called King. Old Mortality
  • The intercom buzzed, and Max let Jared inside the building.
  • If we consider the complex character of our people, the variety of races which we have adopted into the Canadian family, the extent of territory over which they are scattered, the diversity of their interests, the difference of languages and resulting handicap in intercommunication, we have cause to marvel that the Canadian nation in so brief a period has become so united as it is. Some Canadian Problems
  • The pilot announced over the intercom that the plane had been hit by lightning but would be continuing its journey as planned. Times, Sunday Times
  • Agatha used the intercom to buzz what she called ‘servant headquarters’ and ordered two maids to come down.
  • After the initial jolt, there was silence over the intercoms.
  • SUSPEN intercomparison of ultraviolet spectroradiometers. Long-term change and variability in surface UV irradiance in the Arctic
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