In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1fax masculinetelefax masculineto send sb a fax — mandarle / enviarle un fax a algn
- before noun fax machine/message — fax
- fax number — número de fax
- If the reporter needs to rewrite or edit the release, it is much easier to edit an electronic message than to retype a fax or a hard copy of the release.
- Junk faxes are illegal because a significant cost is shifted to the recipient without recourse.
- He followed up his Saturday morning phone message with this fax.
- The U.S. Embassy officials presented the copy of the fax at Friday's hearing.
- Curiously enough, all this proselytising activity is funded by sending out junk faxes to businesses in the UK.
- We refer to your fax dated 7th December.
- Receiving faxes and voice messages via e-mail is free; other services are charged.
- The penalty for each unsolicited fax is the greater of $500 or your actual damages.
- This time, I sent copies of my faxes to high-ranking Forestry administrators in Jakarta.
- Thank you for your extraordinary fax of June 5.
- The arbitrator found that the faxes of 18th March were clear enough.
- You can support their protest by sending faxes or calling the interior minister.
- On more than 400 occasions the company violated regulations which forbid companies from sending junk faxes.
- I've signed the petitions, written letters, sent faxes and emails, and I'm ready.
- He did not do so in writing, although he was receiving faxes from them.
- We will be able to deal with e-mail contact, electronic faxes and text messages from a mobile phone.
- Thank you for your fax of June 8.
- Over 13,500 of you sent faxes to your senators.
- You will also be able to conduct conference calls, receive voice mail, send faxes and check e-mail.
- I received another anonymous fax this morning, right on schedule.
1faxearI'll fax it (through) to you — se lo enviaré / mandaré por fax
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