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1. fax

noun. ['ˈfæks'] duplicator that transmits the copy by wire or radio.

Synonyms

  • facsimile
  • duplicator
  • copier

Etymology

  • facsimile (English)

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Example sentences of the word fax


1. Noun, singular or mass
Slide the tray guides into place for the paper size you want the fax machine to use.

2. Adjective
Motel amenities include a business center with fax service, free local calls and a daily newspaper.

3. Verb, base form
As of publication, you can also fax the documents to 1-720-864-0477 or email them to RMO@westernunion.com.

4. Noun, plural
Guests are treated to a daily continental breakfast, and the hotel offers fax and same-day dry cleaning services.

2. fax

verb. ['ˈfæks'] send something via a facsimile machine.

Synonyms

  • facsimile
  • telecommunicate

Etymology

  • facsimile (English)
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