Dictagraph
Dictagraph \Dic"ta*graph\ (d[i^]k"t[.a]*gr[.a]f). Var. of {Dictograph}. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] ||

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  • dictagraph — n. telephonic device with highly sensitive transmitter (often used in eavesdropping) …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • Dic|to|graph — «DIHK tuh graf, grahf», noun. Trademark. a machine with a transmitter so sensitive that no mouthpiece is needed, capable of recording in one room sounds or conversation made in another. Also, dictagraph. ╂[American English < Latin dictum thing …   Useful english dictionary

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