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Translation of "wire" - English-Russian dictionary

wire

verb [T]     /waɪər/
ELECTRICITY ( also wire up)
to connect wires so that a piece of electrical equipment will work подсоединять, прокладывать (проводку) Do you know how to wire a burglar alarm?Electrical components and circuitry
JOIN
to join two things together using wire скреплять проволокой Fastening and tying
SEND US
to send a message or money using an electrical communication system телеграфировать Communicating by telephone
(Definition of wire verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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