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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Computers
hard-wiredˌhard-ˈwired adjective  1 TD technical computer systems that are hard-wired are controlled by hardware rather than software and cannot be easily changed by the user2 if an attitude, way of behaving etc is hard-wired, it is a natural part of a person’s character that they are born with and cannot change The desire to communicate seems to be hard-wired into our brains.
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hard-wiredThe aim should be to have hard-wired network data connections in close proximity to all potential computer users.
From Longman Business Dictionaryhard-wiredˈhard-wired adjective1COMPUTING a hard-wired set of instructions has been made part of the physical components of a computer2connected by wiresThe technology of cell phones makes it much easier for conversations to be monitored than is the case with hard-wired phones.
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