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accumulator a register or electrical circuit for storing numbers and performing one or more arithmetic or logical operations on them, as in a calculator or computer. [1/3 definitions]
assize (usu. pl.) a legislative or court session, esp. English and Welsh circuit court sessions. [1/4 definitions]
breadboard a board on which experimental designs for an electrical circuit may be laid out. [1/2 definitions]
circuit to move or revolve around; make a circuit of. [1/8 definitions]
circuit breaker a switch or other device that automatically interrupts the electric current when a circuit is overloaded or extremely stressed in another way.
circuitry the plan or design of the elements in an electric circuit. [1/2 definitions]
circulation motion in a circle or along a circuit. [1/4 definitions]
closed circuit a transmission circuit for television with a limited number of reception stations connected to it by cable. [2 definitions]
cutout a device for breaking or bypassing an electric circuit. [1/2 definitions]
fuse2 a protective electrical device consisting of a connection that melts if excess heat is generated by too much current through the circuit, thereby breaking the circuit. [1/5 definitions]
ground1 an electrically conducting body, such as the earth, that completes an electric circuit. [1/13 definitions]
henry a unit of electrical inductance equal to the inductance of a closed circuit in which current varies at the rate of one ampere per second to produce an electromotive force of one volt.
impedance a measure of the total resistance of an electric circuit to an alternating current flow, usu. expressed in ohms.
inductance a circuit or device, such as an induction coil, in which a change in the current generates an electromotive force. [2 definitions]
inductor a device that generates an electromotive force in an electric circuit by electromagnetic induction; coil. [1/2 definitions]
integrated circuit a complete electronic circuit, comprising circuit elements in a complex interconnection, imprinted or etched on a tiny chip of semiconductor material.
itinerant moving or traveling from place to place, as to do one's work, often on a fixed circuit. [2/3 definitions]
itinerate to travel or move from place to place, esp. on a fixed circuit.
jack a device that connects a plug to an electrical circuit. [1/8 definitions]
jumper1 a short length of wire used to close or bypass an electrical circuit temporarily. [1/3 definitions]
lap2 to be ahead of (a competitor in a race) by a complete circuit. [2/10 definitions]