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cir·cuit·ry

 (sûr′kĭ-trē)
n. pl. cir·cuit·ries
1. The design of or a detailed plan for an electric circuit.
2. Electric circuits considered as a group.
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circuitry

(ˈsɜːkɪtrɪ)
n
1. (Electronics) the design of an electrical circuit
2. (Electronics) the system of circuits used in an electronic device
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cir•cuit•ry

(ˈsɜr kɪ tri)

n.
1. the components of an electric circuit.
2. the plan or system of such a circuit.
[1945–50]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.circuitry - electronic equipment consisting of a system of circuitscircuitry - electronic equipment consisting of a system of circuits
electronic equipment - equipment that involves the controlled conduction of electrons (especially in a gas or vacuum or semiconductor)
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Translations

circuitry

[ˈsɜːkɪtrɪ] Ncircuitería f, sistema m de circuitos
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circuitry

[ˈsɜːrkɪtri] n (ELECTRICITY, ELECTRONICS)circuit mcircuit training nentraînement m (selon un programme préétabli)
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circuitry

nSchaltkreise pl
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circuitry

[ˈsɜːkɪtrɪ] ncircuiteria, circuiti mpl
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