radio

[ rey-dee-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF radio

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RADIO

He addressed the nation by radio and announced his plans for a New Deal.

The pilot of the incoming plane was there, too, and the radio man.

Sorry I couldn't meet you at the ship; got your radio, but couldn't make it.

He edged a hand inside the suit again and turned off his radio.

Jim stopped the side motion and jumped to the radio telephone.

I could detect no lifeboats in the vicinity nor could I raise any on the radio.

The radio and most of the control linkages have gone into it.

His laugh died instantly like a radio that had been snapped off.

Dawn was paling the blue-black sky as the radio engineer returned.

O'Malley seated himself and elevated his feet to the top of the radio.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR RADIO

wireless

adjectivecommunicating without material contact
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