walkie-talkie[ waw-kee-taw-kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF walkie-talkie
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WALKIE-TALKIE
A black-haired housewife spied them over her back fence, crossed herself and grabbed her walkie-talkie from the laundry basket.
Joe and Chuck were in their own car, the riot guns and walkie-talkie out of sight.
"Might be relaying messages on from a walkie-talkie or something like that," Buck commented.
He traced the circuit to where it disappeared into the oscillator switch, then took the walkie-talkie.
McDevitt had a radio in his car with which to talk to Wallops, and Steve handed him one unit of a walkie-talkie radio network.
In the airlessness, anything anybody said by walkie-talkie could be heard by everybody.