English version

be wired for something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe wired for somethingbe wired for somethingto have all the necessary wires and connections for an electrical system to work All the rooms have been wired for cable TV. wire
Examples from the Corpus
be wired for somethingSatellite customers who are wired for cable sometimes keep the service to get local channels.All the rooms are wired for cable TV.Deion sneaked up behind the announcer, who was wired for sound, and doused him with ice water.Venice is to be wired for sound.Of schools with large numbers of poor students, just 31 percent of schools were wired for the Internet.
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