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teletext

[tel-i-tekst] /ˈtɛl ɪˌtɛkst/
noun, Television.
1.
a system that allows viewers having television sets with special decoders to receive signals that display printed information as well as graphics on their screens.
Compare videotex.
Origin
tele-1 + text
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Examples from the web for teletext
  • Communication devices: adaptations to computers for communication or environmental control, speaker telephone, teletext devices.
  • Zenith said its digital set will have a built-in receiver for teletext news and information services.
British Dictionary definitions for teletext

teletext

/ˈtɛlɪˌtɛkst/
noun
1.
a form of Videotex in which information is broadcast by a television station and received on an adapted television set

Teletext

/ˈtɛlɪˌtɛkst/
noun
1.
trademark (in Britain, formerly) the ITV teletext service See Ceefax
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