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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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wiringwir‧ing /ˈwaɪərɪŋ $ ˈwaɪr-/ noun [uncountable]  TEEthe network of wires that form the electrical system in a building, vehicle, or piece of equipment The wiring needs to be replaced.
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wiringAnixter distributes 90,000+ wiring systems for voice, data and video communications; supplies customers worldwide, usually within 24 hours.That may mean doing some assembly work, such as wiring instruments into a dashboard.copper wiringThe house in the making, showing the electric wiring and plumbing system.The crash in south London was caused by faulty wiring undertaken by the 11 signal engineers and managers during the signal modernisation.The brief of the Project will be to study only the feasibility of wiring up Chung Kuo's population.They need no special wiring and may be thermostatically controlled to come on at 3°C.I've also had the wiring checked numerous times and told it was fine.Some electricity companies do free visual wiring checks for elderly or disabled people.
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