telephone line

  1. the wire that carries telegraph and telephone signals
  2. a telephone connection
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How To Use telephone line In A Sentence

  • Electrical wiring and telephone lines can transmit such signals by conduction; walls can vibrate subtly, as can pipes, beams, ducts, and the like.
  • And because the call was placed into a patch unit, it allowed us to link that net into other radio nets or telephone lines.
  • My successor spent several months on the intercontinental telephone lines trying to locate the debtors.
  • This meant all telephone lines in the area were immediately disconnected.
  • With a network server there is no need for separate modems and telephone lines.
  • The Chief Constable's clipped tones crackled over the telephone line.
  • With each bike controlled by an electronic lock, anyone interested in renting the bike can call a telephone line to open the key, and call to tell the location of the bike after they finish using it.
  • The emergency telephone lines operate around the clock.
  • Computers can be networked using modems and telephone lines.
  • Does he honestly believe that his government, or any other, should prioritise investment in telephone lines and aircraft?
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