In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1marcación automática femininediscado automático masculine Latin Americamarcado automático masculine Mexico
transitive and intransitive verb
1marcar automáticamentediscar automáticamente Latin America
- The Address Agent features autodialing of phone numbers.
- Sabrina hit the FLASH key and then autodialed Chris' cellphone.
- She flipped open her PA and looked up ‘Vermont’, then ‘government’, then ‘legal departments’, then ‘Attorney General’, then autodialed the number.
- When the companies announced their merger, the nation's media reporters autodialed the usual critics of media conglomeration.
- However, what it doesn't do is put a 1 in front of long distance numbers, so when you autodial the number all you get is a helpful phone company recording that says, ‘We're sorry, you must first dial a 1 when calling this number.’
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