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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcircuitcir‧cuit /ˈsɜːkɪt $ ˈsɜːr-/ ●●○ W3 noun [countable]  1 AROUND/ROUNDROAD/PATHa path that forms a circle around an area, or a journey along this path We did a circuit of the old city.2 British EnglishDSO a track that cars, motorbikes etc race around3 the tennis/lecture/cabaret etc circuit4 TEEthe complete circle that an electric current travels an electrical circuit5 a regular trip around an area made by a judge or a religious leader, so that a court of law or church can meet in several different places a circuit judge a circuit preacher6 do circuits closed circuit television, printed circuit, short circuit
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circuitGund did a circuit around the ice rink.Even when the installation has been undertaken by an expert, the inclusion of a circuit breaker is a wise precaution.It therefore reproduces the linear small-signal response of any four-terminal network and is appropriately referred to as the Z-parameter equivalent circuit.The checking procedure is something that can be achieved much more rapidly than finding the Hamiltonian circuit in the first place.It searched its memories, and the logic circuits made their decisions, according to the orders given them long ago.He intends to push the record to over 9000 miles by walking another 2000 miles to complete the circuit.I have done the circuit many times before, but always with sitting in the co-pilots seat.
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