transistorized


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tran·sis·tor·ize

 (trăn-zĭs′tə-rīz′, -sĭs′-)
tr.v. tran·sis·tor·ized, tran·sis·tor·iz·ing, tran·sis·tor·iz·es
To equip (an electronic circuit or device) with transistors.

transistorized

(trænˈzɪstəˌrəɪzd) or

transistorised

adj
(Electronics) electronics (of a device) equipped with a transistor
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.transistorized - (of an electronic device) equipped with transistorstransistorized - (of an electronic device) equipped with transistors
equipped, equipt - provided or fitted out with what is necessary or useful or appropriate; "a well equipped playground"; "a ship equipped with every mechanical aid to navigation"
Translations

transistorized

[trænˈzɪstəraɪzd] ADJ [circuit] → transistorizado

transistorized

[trænˈzɪstəˌraɪzd] adj (circuit) → transistorizzato/a
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