Definitions

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  • v. To both transmit and receive

Etymologies

Blend of transmit and receive; alternatively, back-formation from transceiver. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • May 12th, 2006 at 11: 47 am PDT licensed! transceive exertions mackerel bereavement garnered unsound reply

    FilmLoop!

  • As soon as it's positioned I'll transceive its frequency to Port Control.

    Bloodhype

  • Many manufacturers in the 60's and 70's also produced separate receivers and transmitters with SSB / CW and AM capability that could be set up for transceive, like Johnson with the Invader 2000 with 800 watts input on AM, all the Drake 4 Lines, Kenwood T-599 / R-599 and many others.

    eHam.net News

  • That's fine -- unless you are a ham trying to transceive in a wireless world.

    ARRL Amateur Radio News

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