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wire

verb [T] (METAL THREAD)
金屬線
 
 
/waɪər/ US  /waɪr/
to fasten two things together using wire
用金屬絲捆紮
She had her jaws wired together so that she wouldn't be able to eat.
她把上下頜用金屬絲捆在一起,這樣就不能吃東西了。
Fastening and tying
( also wire up) to connect a piece of electrical equipment with wires so that it will work
為(電子設備)接上電線(或導線)
The stereo wasn't working because it hadn't been wired up properly.
立體聲音響不響了,因為電線沒有接好。
Nearly one home in ten across the country is wired up to receive TV via cable.
該國有近十分之一的家庭透過電纜接收電視訊號。
Electricity and electronics
(Definition of wire verb (METAL THREAD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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