Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Wireless"

The meaning of "Wireless" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does wireless mean?
A: Sin cables - eg. altavoces, o, wifi.

In the past it meant "radio", as in, "My grandfather used to listen to Winston Churchill's speeches on the wireless".

Example sentences using "Wireless"

Q: Please show me example sentences with wireless network
to be stuck behind a computer
computer buff
hold the line
geek
to boot up
out of steam
social media
word processing
on the cutting edge
operation system .
A: I set up a wireless network in my house by configuring the router.
I'm stuck behind a computer all day working in the office.
Whenever we have a problem, we ask Mark the computer buff for help.
Hold the line while I find someone who can help you.
A geek is someone who spends a lot of time studying.
I have to boot up my computer in the morning before I can start working.
I feel out of steam after working all day.
It's hard to keep up with all the information on social media these days.
The most popular word processing software today is called Microsoft Word.
He likes to stay on the cutting edge of technology by reading news sites.
Major PC operating systems in use today are Microsoft Windows, MacOS, and Linux.

The last phrase should be "operating system", not "operation system"

Synonyms of "Wireless" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between wireless headphone and wireless earphone ?
A: They are technically different but to be honest I mixed them up all the time unless I need to be specific about what I am looking for.
Q: What is the difference between The wireless headset makes it possible to enjoy music without the use of wires. and The wireless headset makes it possible to enjoy music without the use of cables. ?
A: @H-oon the cables and wires are what connect the headset to what plugs into the phone. By getting rid of it, it makes it easier for you to move around! the cables and wires are the same thing in this i think, you can call them either [example: “the headsets wire is long” is still the same as “the headsets cable is long”]. Let me know if its still confusing :)
Q: What is the difference between wireless and cordless ?
A:
My mistake. I hadn't thought of cordless drill. Wireless implies there's some kind of transmitter inside, so it is used a lot when referring to technology.

Wireless mouse, wireless keyboard, wireless controller, etc.

You say "cordless drill"

Translations of "Wireless"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When you refer to the wireless earphone, do you use "it" or "they"?
A: You would refer to them as “it” because it’s non living ☺️
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? wireless
A: Wireless
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? how do you say wireless
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Wireless"

Q: A wireless earphone performance I bought yesterday is high for the price, so I'd never had guessed.
I think that it's a very good deal, because it has noice-canceling-function for only ten thousand yen.

この表現は自然ですか?
A: 分かりますが、ちょっと自然じゃないです。
The wireless earphones I bought yesterday worked well for the price, so I never would’ve guessed. I think it’s a pretty good deal because they are noise cancelling and only cost ten thousand yen.
Q: Wireless earbuds have arrived.
My iPhone doesn't recognize wired earphones cos the charging port is worn out.
So I bought wireless earbuds.
I'll be careful not to drop it. does this sound natural?
A: You should probably also say "My wireless earbuds have arrived"
Q: I bought wireless earphones. I’ve never used them before. I’d like to use them when I’m walking or riding the train to improve my English listening skills. does this sound natural?
A: Sounds great!
Q: I bought a wireless earbuds.
I bought the wireless earbuds.
I got a wireless earbuds.
I got the wireless earbuds.

Which is correct?
A: Some nouns can only be used in plural, including "earbuds". Because you don't use "a/an" before plural nouns, only the 2nd and 4th sentences are correct.

Corrections:
I bought wireless earbuds.
I bought the wireless earbuds.
I got wireless earbuds.
I got the wireless earbuds.
Q: I can print out with wired but can't with wireless .can you repair it able to do in wireless?
does this sound natural?
A: I can print out with wired but can't with wireless .can you repair it able to do in wireless?

I can print out with wired connection but not wireless. Can you repair it to print in wireless?

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