a circuit of wire or cable connecting two ground locations.
a telecommunications line, service, or connection that uses wire running over land or underground to connect to a network:
telegraph and telephone landlines.
Also called landline telephone, landline phone. a telephone that is connected by wire to a network.
Citizens Band Radio Slang. a telephone.
also land-line, by 1861, originally a telegraph wire run over land (as opposed to under sea); from land (n.) + line (n.). In modern use (by 1965), a telephone line which uses wire or some other material (distinguished from a radio or cellular line).
[land-lokt] /ˈlændˌlɒkt/ adjective 1. shut in completely, or almost completely, by : a landlocked bay. 2. having no direct access to the sea: a landlocked country. 3. living in waters shut off from the sea, as some fish. /ˈlændˌlɒkt/ adjective 1. (of a country) completely surrounded by land 2. (esp of lakes) completely or almost […]
noun 1. a variety of the Atlantic Ocean salmon, Salmo salar, confined to the freshwater lakes of New England and adjacent areas of Canada.
[land-loh-per] /ˈlændˌloʊ pər/ noun 1. a wanderer, vagrant, or adventurer. /ˈlændˌləʊpə/ noun 1. (Scot) a vagabond or vagrant
[land-lawrd] /ˈlændˌlɔrd/ noun 1. a person or organization that owns and leases apartments to others. 2. a person who owns and leases land, buildings, etc. 3. a person who owns or runs an inn, lodging house, etc. 4. a landowner. /ˈlændˌlɔːd/ noun 1. a man who owns and leases property 2. a man who owns […]