- n. a An intercom system which enables someone, without opening the door, to converse with the person who has rung the doorbell.
“To the sound of the exhausted police beating down the period-feature, iron-braced doors (wires trailed from the smashed entryphone), Maxinalon smiled a smile that was all percentages.”
“I looked around for some sort of entryphone, but just saw a button marked Porte.”
“Unlike the ground floor entrances, this one had no entryphone, just the same seven-lever mortice lock as the other outside doors.”
“It was not an easy building to enter; the door had been fitted with an entryphone and opened on to a narrow alley down one side of the building which ended at a second, also security-locked, door.”
“Undercover officers said the majority of members were professional City people buzzed in via a video entryphone.”
“This is a crucial time for the armed forces, and a good moment to ring the entryphone at his surprisingly modest London home, a short walk from a tube station where arias play over the tannoy.”
“Bar 9, which opened in January last year, was members-only and customers needed to be buzzed in on a video entryphone.”
“Noise officers managed to contact the partygoers via the entryphone, at which point it was discovered that the property's owner, Madonna, was not present.”
“(wires trailed from the smashed entryphone), Maxinalon smiled a smile that was all percentages.”
“Mrs. Maxwell was having problems getting into the building because she couldn’t get any response from her daughter’s entryphone.”
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