Crossword clues for fax
- Long-distance copy
- Copier option
- Common office machine
- All-in-one printer feature
- ___ machine (piece of office equipment)
- Word on business cards
- Word on a Rolodex card
- Transmitted copy
- Transmit, in a way
- Transmit telephonically
- Transmit by wire
- Transmit by phone line, as a document
- Transmit by phone line
- Telephonic transmission
- Send, as sheets
- Send via phone
- Send via a phone line
- Send over a phone line
- Send a document by phone
- Send in a way
- Phoned-in document
- Phoned document
- Part of an all-in-one printer
- Outmoded transmission
- One way to get junk transmissions
- Number on some business cards
- Modern-day printer setting
- Modem message
- Interoffice memo, maybe
- Facsimile, slangily
- Electronic transmission
- Document-tfr. method
- Document transmitted over a phone line
- Document sent via phone line
- Copier function
- Convenient copy sender
- Communication for the technologically illiterate
- Business transmission
- Business card word
- Alternative to snail mail
- $2000 appliance, circa 1983
- $1000 device, circa 1988
- $1000 appliance, circa 1988
- "To send a ___ ..."
- "___ it to me" (request similar to "Give me your home phone number")
- -- modem
- ___ machine (office equipment that sends and receives documents via a phone line)
- Feature of some modems
- Certain letter
- Kind of paper
- Phone transmission
- Kind of number not much seen nowadays
- Quick message
- Send via phone lines
- Transmit electronically, in a way
- ___ number
- Business card number
- E-mail alternative
- Obsolescent means of communication
- Listing on a Rolodex
- Obsolescent means of sending a document
- Office page?
- Duplicator that transmits the copy by wire or radio
- Modern office machine
- Business message
- Message that’s loud a mark of error
- Note by message relay system
- Office machine
- Modern message
- Office communication
- Send, in a way
- Staples purchase
- Office staple
- Office fixture
- Office transmission
- Email alternative
- All-in-one printer function
- Modern missive
- Send electronically
- Alternative to e-mail
- Send quickly
- Phoned copy
- Get the picture across?
- Type of office machine
- Transmit quickly
- Snail mail alternative
- Send by phone
- Send a message, in a way
- Send a document via phone lines
- Send a document via phone line
- Send a document over phone lines
- Page by phone?
- Message sender
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1948, in reference to the technology, short for facsimile (telegraphy). Meaning "a facsimile transmission" is by 1980. The verb attested by 1970. Related: Faxed; faxing.\n\nFuturists predict that a "fax" terminal in the house or business office may someday complement or even replace the mail-carrier.
["Scientific American," 1972]
Etymology 1 n. (label en obsolete or UK dialectal) The hair of the head. Etymology 2
n. A fax machine or a document received and printed by one. vb. To send a document via a fax machine.
Fax (short for facsimile), sometimes called telecopying or telefax (the latter short for telefacsimile), is the telephonic transmission of scanned printed material (both text and images), normally to a telephone number connected to a printer or other output device. The original document is scanned with a fax machine (or a telecopier), which processes the contents (text or images) as a single fixed graphic image, converting it into a bitmap, and then transmitting it through the telephone system in the form of audio-frequency tones. The receiving fax machine interprets the tones and reconstructs the image, printing a paper copy. Early systems used direct conversions of image darkness to audio tone in a continuous or analog manner. Since the 1980s, most machines modulate the transmitted audio frequencies using a digital representation of the page which is compressed to quickly transmit areas which are all-white or all-black.
Fax, short for facsimile, is a telecommunications technology used to transfer copies of documents over the telephone network.
Fax may also refer to:
- Fax (Argentine TV show), between 1991 and 1992
- Fax (Pern), a character in Anne McCaffrey's Dragonriders of Pern series
- Fax (TV series), BBC children's show between 1985 and 1988
- FAX +49-69/450464, a German record company releasing ambient music
- FlyAsianXpress, commonly known as FAX, an airline operating in Malaysia
- Fresno Area Express, a public transit agency operating in Fresno, California
FAX was a Canadian daily entertainment news series, which aired on MuchMusic in the 1990s. The series aired both as a half-hour daily show and as short interstitial segments called RapidFAX. Its newer incarnation is MuchNews, which debuted in 2001.
Hosts of the show over the course of its run included Lance Chilton, Monika Deol and Rebecca Rankin, although regular MuchMusic VJs also occasionally served as substitute hosts. The series concentrated primarily on music news, but also covered some film and television news as well.
Category:Entertainment news shows in Canada Category:MuchMusic television series Category:1990 Canadian television series debuts Category:Year of Canadian television series ending missing Category:2001 Canadian television series endings Category:Interstitial programming Category:1990s Canadian television series Category:2000s Canadian television series
Fax was a 1991-1992 Argentine talk show, hosted by Nicolás Repetto. It received two Martín Fierro Awards for best host and best production, and the first Golden Martín Fierro Awards.
Category:Golden Martín Fierro Award winners Category:Argentine television talk shows Category:El Trece television programs Category:1991 Argentine television series debuts Category:1992 Argentine television series endings
Usage examples of "fax".
Sending sensitive information by fax Policy: Before sending Sensitive information by fax to a machine that is located in an area accessible to other personnel, the sender shall transmit a cover page.
They even had wine faxed in from the far-flung vineyard-estate communities.
Harman realized that he was still expecting to disappear when his final birthday rolled around, and then be faxed up to the rings even if there were no healing tanks left there to receive him.
He explained that if any of these people faxed back with important news and the sonie was not available, fifteen of the guard troop would accompany the messenger back to Ardis Hall.
One by one they faxed out, tapping the first of their codes onto the diskplate pad on the column in the center of the pavilion and flicking out of sight.
Even if it took a full twelve hours to warn the people in the other cities and nodes, it would be full daylight when he faxed last to Paris Crater.
The Circles at Ulanbat were now completely enclosed in the strange blue strands and Daeman had faxed away at once before the cold seized him there, tapping in the code for Paris Crater, not knowing what to expect there.
When someone faxed up to the rings on any of his or her normal four Twenties of life, you went to the nearest fax pavilion.
Isle, in the Firmary tanks where naked bodies arrived, were fixed by the bubbling nutrient and blue worms, and were faxed back.
The usual puff of air and visual flicker as people faxed out of existence simply did not happen.
The voynix got most of us, half a dozen or so of us made it to the fax pavilion and faxed away for help before the fax quit working, and the five others and I were on the penthouse of the Hughes Town Tower with five hundred voynix occupying everything.
Daeman had faxed to an empty node at fourteen thousand feet above sea level, an uninhabited, wind-ravaged, snow-pelted node known only as Pikespik, to test it.
Even Krogh, who had changed the worlds forever, reaped only a tiny royalty when someone faxed him- or herself across space and time, the morbidity filter one of many background processes running behind every collapsiter grid transaction.
With death a hunted quality, faxed away with every minor journey, perhaps civilization was finally able to take a longer view.
Finally Vivian had faxed up a set of magnetic playing cards and convinced Tamra to make their use an Official Business of the Royal Committee.