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acknowledge to indicate the receipt of, as a message. [1/4 definitions]
announcement a spoken commercial advertisement or other message, esp. on radio or television. [1/3 definitions]
answering machine a device connected to a telephone that records an incoming message from a caller when the telephone is not answered.
broadcast to transmit a program or message over radio or television. [1/9 definitions]
cable to send (a message) by telegraph. [2/11 definitions]
cablegram a telegraph message sent by underwater cable.
carry to convey (a message or the like). [1/16 definitions]
chain letter a letter with a message or money-making proposal that instructs the recipient to copy the letter and send it to others.
cipher a system that substitutes letters and symbols for the letters and symbols contained in a written message in order to conceal its meaning; code. [2/7 definitions]
collect requiring payment from the person who receives the message. [1/8 definitions]
communication a specific transferred message. [1/3 definitions]
cryptogram a message written so as to conceal its meaning by the use of a cipher or code. [1/2 definitions]
decode to convert (a coded message) into ordinary language; decipher. [1/2 definitions]
drop to send, as a message. [1/18 definitions]
e-mail a written message or collection of messages sent from one computer to another by this means; electronic mail. [1/4 definitions]
garble to mix up, distort, or confuse (a message, translation, or the like); cause to be disordered or unintelligible. [1/3 definitions]
greeting words or gestures used to greet or to convey a message of friendliness or respect. [2 definitions]
huh used to prompt a repetition of a message. [1/3 definitions]
inscription a short dedication or message, usu. with a signature, as on a book or picture given to someone. [1/3 definitions]
intercommunicate to send to one another; exchange (a message, memorandum, or the like). [1/3 definitions]
letter a written message, usu. sent through the mail. [1/6 definitions]