wire verb (METAL THREAD) translate to Traditional Chinese

Translation of "wire" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


/waɪər/ US  /waɪr/
to fasten two things together using wire
She had her jaws wired together so that she wouldn't be able to eat.
Fastening and tying
( also wire up) to connect a piece of electrical equipment with wires so that it will work
The stereo wasn't working because it hadn't been wired up properly.
Nearly one home in ten across the country is wired up to receive TV via cable.
Electricity and electronics
(Definition of wire verb (METAL THREAD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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