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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsplicesplice1 /splaɪs/ verb [transitive]  1 TTWTIEto join the ends of two pieces of rope, film etc so that they form one continuous piece2 get spliced→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
spliceFor the benefit of the conductor, a short length of cord was spliced on and hung down over each doorway.We saved the broken pieces and spliced them together.The line itself must be securely tied or spliced to the swivel.I assumed it would splice together further ahead.He spliced up the tape afterwards and things like that.Rex had established himself as the rope and rigging man, knotting, splicing, whipping ends, replacing worn sections.Either exon 1 or coding segment 2 can splice with exon 3 to encode an alanine across the splice junction.