tele-

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

PIE root
*kʷel-

From Ancient Greek τῆλε ‎(têle, at a distance, far off, far away, far from).

PrefixEdit

tele-

  1. over a distance
    telephone
  2. television
    telecast
    telefantasy
    telethon
  3. telegraph
  4. telephone
    telecheck
    telesales
  5. teleport
    telebooth

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DutchEdit

EtymologyEdit

PIE root
*kʷel-
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PronunciationEdit

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tele-

  1. tele-

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FinnishEdit

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tele-

  1. tele-

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GalicianEdit

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tele-

  1. tele- (1 and 2)

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HungarianEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈtɛlɛ/
  • Hyphenation: te‧le

PrefixEdit

tele-

  1. (verbal prefix) to the brim, fully, over an entire extent
    pakol ‎(to pack) → telepakol ‎(to fill up something fully with something)
    firkál ‎(to scribble) → telefirkál ‎(to scribble all over, to fill the available space completely with scribble)

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ItalianEdit

PrefixEdit

tele-

  1. tele- (all senses)

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PortugueseEdit

PrefixEdit

tele-

  1. tele- (over a distance)

Serbo-CroatianEdit

PrefixEdit

tele- (Cyrillic spelling теле-)

  1. tele-

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SpanishEdit

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tele-

  1. tele- (1 and 2)

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SwedishEdit

PrefixEdit

tele-

  1. tele-; bridging large distances (e.g. telepati, telefon, telepresens)
  2. tele-; pertaining to telecommunications (e.g. televerk, telebolag, teleingenjör)

Usage notesEdit

  • In 1953 the Swedish telegraph and telephone administration, previously known as telegrafverket, was renamed televerket.

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