wafer

  1. a small adhesive disk of paste; used to seal letters
  2. a small thin crisp cake or cookie
  3. thin disk of unleavened bread used in a religious service (especially in the celebration of the Eucharist)

wafer

[n] - a small adhesive disk of paste 2. [n] - a small thin crisp cake or cookie 3. [n] - thin disk of unleavened bread used in a religious service (especially in the celebration of the Eucharist)
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wafer

A thin disk (or slice) of silicon on which many separate chips can be fabricated and then cut into individual die.
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Wafer

The bread part of the Lord's Supper signifying to us the Body of Christ, and is often an unleavened, and very thin cracker-like substance. After the wafer is consecrated, it is usually called the Host. Wafers that will serve as priest's hosts are larger than the people's hosts, and can range from one inch to several inches in diameter. The people's...
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Wafer

Wa'fer noun [ Middle English wafre , Old French waufre , qaufre , French qaufre ; of Teutonic origin; confer LG. & Dutch wafel , German waffel , Danish vaffel , Swedish våffla ; all akin to German wabe a honeycomb, Old High Germa...
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Wafer

Wa'fer transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Wafered ; present participle & verbal noun Wafering .] To seal or close with a wafer.
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wafer

1. A thin cake made of flour and other ingredients. 'Wafers piping hot out of the gleed.' (Chaucer) 'The curious work in pastry, the fine cakes, wafers, and marchpanes.' (Holland) 'A woman's oaths are wafers break with making' (B. Jonson) ... 2. A thin cake or piece of bread (commonly unleavened, circular, and stamped with a crucifix or with the sa...
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wafer

noun a small adhesive disk of paste; used to seal letters
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Wafer

• (n.) An adhesive disk of dried paste, made of flour, gelatin, isinglass, or the like, and coloring matter, -- used in sealing letters and other documents. • (v. t.) To seal or close with a wafer. • (n.) A thin cake or piece of bread (commonly unleavened, circular, and stamped with a crucifix or with the sacred monogram) used in the...
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wafer

(from the article `baking`) Rye wafers made of whipped batters are modern versions of an ancient Scandinavian food. High-moisture dough or batter, containing a substantial ...
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Wafer

Prior to gummed envelopes, wafers were adhesive disks used for securing letters. Common wafers were made of fine flour, which was pressed between two heated plates of smooth iron. Transparent wafers were made of isinglass or gelatine.
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Wafer

A thin sheet of semiconductor (photovoltaic material) made by cutting it from a single crystal or ingot.
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wafer

slice or a flat disc, either of semiconductor material or of such a material deposited on a substrate, in which one or more circuits or devices can be processed
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wafer

an element of a rotary switch comprising a fixed disk (stator) and a rotating disk (rotor) capable of interconnecting terminals in predetermined combinations. A number of wafers can be mounted on a single spindle and operated simultaneously
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wafer

Type: Term Pronunciation: wā′fĕr Definitions: 1. A thin sheet of dried flour paste used to enclose a powder. The wafer is moistened and folded over the drug, so that it can be swallowed without taste.
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wafer

thin wax disc, melted with a candle and used to seal a letter.
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Wafer

In gastronomy, a wafer (also spelled waffer) is a crisp, often sweet, very thin, flat, and dry biscuit, often used to decorate ice cream. Wafers can also be made into cookies with cream flavoring sandwiched between them. They frequently have a waffle surface pattern but may also be patterned with insignia of the food`s manufacturer or may be patt....
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Wafer

[electronics] In electronics, a wafer (also called a slice or substrate) is a thin slice of semiconductor material, such as a silicon crystal, used in the fabrication of integrated circuits and other microdevices. The wafer serves as the substrate for microelectronic devices built in and over the wafer and undergoes many microfabrication pr...
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Wafer

A thin sheet of semiconductor (photovoltaic material) made by cutting it from a single crystal or ingot.
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