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Translation of "wire" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /ˈwaiə/
(also adjective) (of) metal drawn out into a long strand, as thick as string or as thin as thread alambre, cable, hilo We need some wire to connect the battery to the rest of the circuit a wire fence.
a single strand of this hilo There must be a loose wire in my radio somewhere.
the metal cable used in telegraphy telégrafo The message came over the wire this morning.
a telegram telegrama Send me a wire if I’m needed urgently.
wireless noun
an older word for (a) radio. radio
wiring noun
the (system of) wires used in connecting up a circuit etc. alambrado
high wire noun
a high tightrope cuerda floja acrobats on the high wire.
wire-netting noun
a material with wide mesh woven of wire, used in fencing etc red de alambre, tela metálica He covered the strawberry plants with wire-netting to prevent the birds from getting at the fruit.
(Definition of wire from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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