adjective wire·less \ˈwī(-ə)r-ləs\

: not using wires to send and receive electronic signals : sending and receiving electronic signals by using radio waves

: of or relating to the use of radio waves to send and receive electronic signals

Full Definition of WIRELESS

:  having no wire or wires; specifically :  operating by means of transmitted electromagnetic waves <a wireless remote>
a :  of or relating to radiotelephony, radiotelegraphy, or radio <a wireless phone>
b :  of or relating to data communications using radio waves <wireless Internet access>
wire·less·ly adverb

Examples of WIRELESS

  1. The video game console comes with wireless controllers.
  2. The café offers free wireless Internet access.

First Known Use of WIRELESS




Definition of WIRELESS

:  telecommunication (as radiotelegraphy or radiotelephony) involving signals transmitted by radio waves rather than over wires; also :  the technology used in radio telecommunication
chiefly British :  radio

Examples of WIRELESS

  1. She listened to the wireless every Monday night.

First Known Use of WIRELESS


Rhymes with WIRELESS


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