Noun(1) a telegram sent abroad(2) a conductor for transmitting electrical or optical signals or electric power(3) a very strong thick rope made of twisted hemp or steel wire(4) a nautical unit of depth(5) television that is transmitted over cable directly to the receiver(6) a television system that transmits over cables
Verb(1) send cables, wires, or telegrams(2) fasten with a cable
(1) And after three or four days I sent a cable to Athens that I wouldn't be able to speak at the University of Athens.(2) Stones were salvaged from a fireplace found on the land, materials matching originals were used, the cable molding that decorated the ceilings was restored and the formal gardens were reborn.(3) At the moment, the company broadcasts direct to 5.7m households in the UK and Ireland, with another 5.5m households watching via cable .(4) The handsome edifice has such Federal style adornments as stone lintels over the windows and a cornice with mutules and cable molding.(5) If you're just interested in watching a council meeting it's better to watch it on cable .(6) I wish to cable an urgent telegram to the President.(7) an underground cable(8) Speaking of TV, when are you coming here to watch cable ?(9) Before leaving he sent a cable to Hawthorne.(10) It was a good team effort with one man only missing out by metres before the second diver found the cable and eventually the anchor.(11) The plaintiffs manufactured stainless steel alloys at a factory which was directly supplied with electricity by a cable from a power station.(12) At the base of the cable molding on the entrance portal, luster tiles were used in one of the very rare instances of this technique in fifteenth-century architecture.(13) Still, many people can watch us via cable and people are really into the game.(14) One was an explosive conical float, which severed the sweep wire before it reached the mine's mooring cable ; another used static cutters to perform the same task.(15) The cable molding is only a little more expensive than regular floor molding and it provides what seems like a very useful purpose.(16) A device is disclosed for stripping the insulation or dielectric housing from a cable or wire.
(1) cable car :: funem currus
(2) power cable :: potentia cable
(3) cable modem :: funem modem
(4) coaxial cable :: coaxial cable
(5) cable tray :: funem lance
(6) extension cable :: funem extensio
(7) cable tie :: funem colligationem
(8) cable television :: rhoncus sem
(9) jumper cable :: Thorax laneus funem
(10) cable gland :: funem glandulae
1. rope ::
2. wire ::
3. cable television ::
4. cable length ::
5. transmission line ::
6. cablegram ::
7. wire ::
cable, cabled, cables, cabling
Word Example from TV Shows
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My whole life growing up in that house,
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 4
Also satellite, CABLE TV,
drop phone, car.
Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 15
that's a copy of something
that was on pay CABLE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 5
...that only my name is on the CABLE bill?
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 18
- What were you doing in his closet?
- I helped him run some CABLE for a webcam.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 2
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