COAX

Coaxial Cable

coax

get smb to do something by kindness 
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Coax

Pronounced 'coe-axe', You'll find a coaxial cable in the audio/video world - this is a piece of cable with a single shielded core, terminated in a co-ax plug (pictured) or socket. The most common use of coax cable is to feed from a TV aerial into a TV or set-top box RF (aerial) input
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Coax

Two-conductor cable consisting of one conductor surrounded by a shield.
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Coax

Coax transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Coaxed ; present participle & verbal noun Coaxing .] [ Confer Middle English cokes fool, a person easily imposed upon, W. coeg empty, foolish; French coquin knave, r...
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Coax

Coax noun A simpleton; a dupe. [ Obsolete] Beau. & Fl.
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Coax

• (v. t.) To persuade by gentle, insinuating courtesy, flattering, or fondling; to wheedle; to soothe. • (n.) A simpleton; a dupe.
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Coax

Referring to coaxial cable, Coax is similar to TV cabling. Used for older 10Base2 Ethernet networks.
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Coax

or Coaxial cable is copper cable used by cable TV and Internet Service Providers between the community antenna and user homes and businesses. It is also widely installed for use in Ethernet and other types of local area networks.
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coax

influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flattering
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