connect by wire


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English-Russian dictionary of telecommunications. 2015.

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  • Wire rope — consists of several strands laid (or twisted ) together like a helix. Each strand is likewise made of metal wires laid together like a helix. Initially wrought iron wires were used, but today steel is the main material used for wire ropes.History …   Wikipedia

  • wire — I n. long metal thread 1) to string wire 2) barbed; chicken; copper wire 3) a trip wire cable conducting electric current 4) to cross, jump wires (in order to start a car) 5) to tap wires 6) telephone wires cablegram, telegram 7) to send a wire… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • wire — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 metal as thin thread ADJECTIVE ▪ taut ▪ loose ▪ fine, thin ▪ thick ▪ flexible …   Collocations dictionary

  • Wire wrapped jewelry — Wire wrapping is one of the oldest techniques for making jewelry by hand. In wire wrapping, jewelry is made using jewelry wire and findings similar to wire (like head pins) to make components. Wire components are then connected to one another… …   Wikipedia

  • Connect Support Services — Ltd. Type Private Founded 1993 Headquarters London, England Key people Mark MacGregor, Chief Executive Officer Adam Afriyie Chairman Mark O Dell,Operations …   Wikipedia

  • wire — [wīr] n. [ME < OE wir, akin to LowG wīr < IE * weir < base * wei , to bend, turn > WITHE, Gr iris, rainbow, L vitis, vine] 1. metal that has been drawn into a very long, thin thread or rod, usually circular in cross section 2. a… …   English World dictionary

  • wire — [waɪə ǁ waɪr] verb [transitive] 1. to send money electronically from one bank to another: • Prosecutors said Burks moved $45,000 to his girlfriend and wired $13,300 to a bank account in Florida. 2. also wire something up to connect something to a …   Financial and business terms

  • wire — I UK [ˈwaɪə(r)] / US [waɪr] noun Word forms wire : singular wire plural wires ** 1) a) [countable/uncountable] a long thin piece of metal like a thread The sticks were tied in bundles with wire. a piece/bit/length of wire copper/steel/gold wire a …   English dictionary

  • wire — wire1 [ waır ] noun ** 1. ) count or uncount a long thin piece of metal like a THREAD: copper/steel/gold wire The sticks were tied in bundles with wire. a piece/length of wire a coil/roll of wire a ) only before noun made from wire: glasses with… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • wire — wire1 W3S3 [waıə US waır] n [: Old English; Origin: wir] 1.) [U and C] thin metal in the form of a thread, or a piece of this ▪ copper wire ▪ a wire fence →↑barbed wire, ↑high wire, ↑ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • wire*/ — [ˈwaɪə] noun [C/U] I 1) a long piece of metal like a very thin piece of string The sticks were tied in bundles with wire.[/ex] a wire fence/cage[/ex] 2) a long thin piece of metal that carries electricity or telephone signals telephone wires[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English


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