Circuit

1) A complete path from the electrical supply to the lamp. When such a path includes a dimmer, it should be called a channel, but the word 'circuit' is often used loosely to include channel. (UK) 2) A series of theatres regularly visited by touring companies. (UK)

Circuit

A network of wiring that typically commences at a panel box, feeds electricity to outlets and ultimately returns to the panel box.
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Circuit

Circuit may mean: In electrical engineering In fluid power and fluid mechanics In physics In mathematics and computer science In neuroscience In economics In government and law In transportation and racing Others ...
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Circuit

• (n.) A regular or appointed journeying from place to place in the exercise of one`s calling, as of a judge, or a preacher. • (n.) The space inclosed within a circle, or within limits. • (n.) The act of moving or revolving around, or as in a circle or orbit; a revolution; as, the periodical circuit of the earth round the sun. •...
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circuit

(from the article `China`) Similar checks and balances existed in the diffused network of regional officials. The empire was divided into circuits, which were units of ...
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circuit

(sur´kәt) the round or course traversed by an electrical current. The circuit is said to be closed when it is continuous, so that the current may pass through it; it is open, broken, or interrupted when it is not continuous and the current cannot pass through it. reentrant circuit ,...
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Circuit

- The path of electrical flow from a power source through an outlet and back to ground.
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Circuit

1) One complete path of electric current.
2) Similar to definition 1, but including all paths and components to accomplish one function in a device.
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Circuit

1. Any electrical pathway. 2. An arrangement of electrical andelectronic devices and the conductive paths between them.
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circuit

electrical circuit noun an electrical device that provides a path for electrical current to flow
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circuit

(physics) Click images to enlargeIn physics or electrical engineering, an arrangement of electrical components connected by a conducting material through which a current can flow. There are two basic circuits, series and parallel. In a series c...
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Circuit

[computer science] == Complexity and algorithmic problems == Computing the output of a given Boolean circuit on a specific input is P-complete problem. If the input is an integer circuit, however, it is unknown whether this problem is decidable. Circuit complexity attempts to classify Boolean functions with respect to the size or depth of c...
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Circuit

[LCMS] A circuit, in the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod (LCMS), is a local grouping of congregations within one of the Synod`s 35 districts. Circuits typically include 8 to 12 congregations. In order to send a pair of delegates to the triennial Synodical convention, a circuit must have between seven and twenty congregations with a combine...
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Circuit

[Electronics Production] Individual electronic components connected together allowing electricity to flow through them.
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Circuit

Cir'cuit intransitive verb To move in a circle; to go round; to circulate. [ Obsolete] J. Philips.
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Circuit

Cir'cuit noun [ French circuit , from Latin circuitus , from circuire or circumire to go around; circum around + ire to go.] 1. The act of moving or revolving around, or as in a circle or orbit; a revolution; as, the periodical circuit of the ...
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Circuit

Cir'cuit transitive verb To travel around. [ Obsolete] 'Having circuited the air.' T. Warton.
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Circuit

A circuit is a path for electrical current. Current can flow only when the
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Circuit

A circuit is the geographical area where a judge has the judicial authority to decide on cases. The jurisdiction can encompass a range of counties or districts.
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Circuit

A conducting path around which electrons may flow. Electrical circuits can be complex, but at the simplest level, you always have the source of electricity (a battery, etc.), a load such as a light bulb or motor, (an animal touching your electric fence), and two wires to carry electricity between the battery and the load. Electrons move from the s...
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Circuit

A conductive path over which an electric charge may flow.
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circuit

a conductor or system of conductors through which an electric current is intended to flow
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circuit

a course that is ridden two or more times to compose the race.
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Circuit

a course that is ridden two or more times to compose the race.
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Circuit

A device, or system of devices, that allows electrical current to flow through it and allows voltage to occur across positive and negative terminals.
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