a city in W central Israel: one of the centers of Jewish immigration following World War II.
a city in W Israel, on the Mediterranean: the largest city and chief financial centre of Israel; incorporated the city of Jaffa in 1950; university (1953): regarded by the international community as the capital of Israel, though most functions of the capital operate from Jerusalem. Pop: 363 400 (2003 est) Official name Tel Aviv-Jaffa (ˈtɛl əˈviːvˈdʒæfə)
plural noun, Classical Mythology. 1. nine dog-headed monsters, inhabiting the sea, who as great artisans crafted the sickle of Cronus and the trident of Poseidon.
noun 1. (pl) telcos. a telecommunications company communications, company (from telephone company) A company providing phone services to end users. The company may or may not provide other phone services such operating long-distance/international backbones but the name telco usually emphasises its operation as a local service provider. Compare: PTT. (1998-05-18) telco telephone company
language A variant of JOSS. [Sammet 1969, p.217]. (1997-04-07)
noun, British Informal. 1. television. 1. a combining form meaning “distant,” especially “transmission over a distance,” used in the formation of compound words: telegraph. 1. a combining form meaning “end,” “complete,” used in the formation of compound words: telestich. 1. television. combining form 1. at or over a distance; distant: telescope, telegony, telekinesis, telemeter 2. […]