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Radio synonyms
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The quality of the sound produced by a radio as a result of the strength of the signal, and the presence of interference
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  1. The quality of the sound produced by a radio as a result of the strength of the signal, and the presence of interference
  2. The receiving of radio signals
(Biochemistry) The sending of a biochemical signal
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The transmission of sound (in both directions) using modulated radio waves rather than wires
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  1. The transmission of sound (in both directions) using modulated radio waves rather than wires
Telegraphy in which messages are transmitted by radio instead of wire.
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  1. Telegraphy in which messages are transmitted by radio instead of wire.
  2. The process and techniques of sending telegrams using radio waves rather than wires.
(Uncountable) Collectively, the programs broadcast via the medium of television.
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  1. (Uncountable) Collectively, the programs broadcast via the medium of television.
  2. An electronic device for viewing television programs and movies, consisting of a display screen and speakers:
  3. A television receiver
(Former) electronics
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  1. (Former) electronics
  2. (US, rare, now historical) Electronics, especially in radio technology. [from 20th c.]
(--- Sports) A player who receives a pass.
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  1. (--- Sports) A player who receives a pass.
  2. In criminal law, a receiver is one who accepts or obtains possession of goods that are known to be stolen, and as such is in turn a violator of the law. See also liquidate and fence.
  3. A device, as in a radio or telephone, that converts incoming radio, microwave, or electrical signals to a form, such as sound or light, that can be perceived by humans.
(Entertainment industry) A musical.
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  1. (Entertainment industry) A musical.
  2. A device, electronic or mechanical, that helps a person tune a musical instrument by showing the deviation of the played pitch from the desired pitch.
  3. A device for tuning, especially an electronic circuit or device used to select signals at a specific frequency for amplification and conversion to video, sound, or both.
An alarm clock that includes a radio; a radio alarm clock
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  1. An alarm clock that includes a radio; a radio alarm clock
  2. A radio with a built-in clock that can be set to turn the radio on or off at any desired time
  3. A radio having a built-in alarm clock that can be set to turn the radio on automatically.
(Dated) a small portable radio receiver having transistors rather than thermionic valves; popular from the late 1950s
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  1. (Dated) a small portable radio receiver having transistors rather than thermionic valves; popular from the late 1950s
(Dated, informal) a transistor radio
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  1. (Dated, informal) a transistor radio
  2. A solid-state semiconductor device, with three terminals, which can be used for amplification, switching, voltage stabilization, signal modulation, and many other functions
  3. A solid-state, electronic device, composed of semiconductor material, as germanium, silicon, etc., that controls current flow without use of a vacuum: transistors are similar in function to electron tubes, but have the advantages of being compact, long-lived, and low in power requirements
(Radio) A radio specifically tuned for usage inside cars, i. e. by utilization of traffic programme and alternative frequency functions.
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  1. (Radio) A radio specifically tuned for usage inside cars, i. e. by utilization of traffic programme and alternative frequency functions.
An instrument panel or unit, containing gauges and the controls for operating aircraft, automobiles, computers, and other electrical or electronic systems
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  1. An instrument panel or unit, containing gauges and the controls for operating aircraft, automobiles, computers, and other electrical or electronic systems
  2. The keyboard and screen of a computer or other electronic device.
  3. A computer system designed to play a specific format of video game using special controllers and a separate display, such as a television.
(Dated) A radio set.
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  1. (Dated) A radio set.
  2. A message transmitted by wireless telegraph or telephone.
  3. (Uncountable) Wireless connectivity to a computer network.
A radio transceiver capable of operating on the band designated for this system.
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  1. A radio transceiver capable of operating on the band designated for this system.
  2. A publicly available system of short-distance radio communications, usable by individuals or businesses without a license.
A hand-held unit consisting of a radio transmitter and receiver, designed to enable voice communication when used as with another such unit
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  1. A hand-held unit consisting of a radio transmitter and receiver, designed to enable voice communication when used as with another such unit
  2. A portable battery-powered two-way radio, usually used for short-range communications.
An early radio receiver using a crystal detector.
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  1. An early radio receiver using a crystal detector.
  2. An early radio receiver, having no electrical power supply except the radio waves themselves; it used a crystal of lead or cadmium sulphide and a wire (the cat's whisker) touching the crystal's surface.
  3. A primitive type of radio receiver with a crystal detector instead of an electron tube detector
A boom box.
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  1. A boom box.
  2. (Slang) A large, powerful, portable radio and tape or CD player
A portable audio system with speakers capable of producing loud sound.
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  1. A portable audio system with speakers capable of producing loud sound.
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  1. Intercom
  2. Speakerphone
  3. The loudspeaker of an intercom or public-address system.
Find another word for radio. In this page you can discover 38 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for radio, like: radio transmission, radio-reception, signaling, radio engineering, radiotelephony, radiotelegraphy, television, radio work, radio operation, radionics and receiver.