Shunt

• (v. t.) A conducting circuit joining two points in a conductor, or the terminals of a galvanometer or dynamo, so as to form a parallel or derived circuit through which a portion of the current may pass, for the purpose of regulating the amount passing in the main circuit. • (v. i.) To go aside; to turn off. • (v. t.) To cause to mo...
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shunt

(from the article `enterprise unionism`) ...of industrial federation or Reng representatives. Instead, these latter groups coordinate enterprise-level bargaining, especially for the annual ... In 1955 Shy successfully coordinated union demands by launching the first shunt (`spring offensive`); this has since been continued ann...
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shunt

(shunt) to turn to one side; to divert; to bypass. a passage or anastomosis between two natural channels, especially between blood vessels. Such structures may be formed physiologically (such as to bypass a thrombosis), or they may be structural anomalies. a surgical anastomosis.
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shunt

1. To turn to one side, to divert, to bypass. ... 2. <cardiology> A passage or anastomosis between two natural channels, especially between blood vessels. Such structures may be formed physiologically (for example to bypass a thrombosis) or they may be structural anomalies. ... 3. <surgery> A surgically created anastomosis, also, the op...
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shunt

1. to turn to one side; to divert; to bypass. 2. a passage or anastomosis between two natural channels, especially between blood vessels. Such structures may be formed physiologically (e.g. to bypass a thrombosis) or they may be structural anomalies. 3. a surgically created anastomosis; also, the operation of forming a shunt.
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shunt

noun a conductor having low resistance in parallel with another device to divert a fraction of the current
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shunt

noun implant consisting of a tube made of plastic or rubber; for draining fluids within the body
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Shunt

(AUS) To move trains or vehicles from one track to another.
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Shunt

[electrical] In electronics, a shunt is a device which allows electric current to pass around another point in the circuit by creating a low resistance path. The term is also widely used in photovoltaics to describe an unwanted short circuit between the front and back surface contacts of a solar cell, usually caused by wafer damage. The ori...
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Shunt

[theatre company] Shunt is a London-based performance collective, founded in 1998. Most of the co-founders of Shunt met at Central School of Speech and Drama in London on the Advanced Theatre Practice MA in 1997/1998, which specialises in collaborative practice. In summer 1998 Shunt`s final term show `Twist` was taken to Hill Street Theatre...
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Shunt

Shunt intransitive verb To go aside; to turn off.
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Shunt

Shunt noun [ Confer Dutch schuinte slant, slope, declivity. See Shunt , transitive verb ] 1. (Railroad) A turning off to a side or short track, that the principal track may be left free. 2. (Electricity) A conducting circuit joining t...
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Shunt

Shunt transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Shunted ; present participle & verbal noun Shunting .] [ Prov. E., to move from, to put off, from Middle English shunten , schunten , schounten ; confer Dutch s...
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Shunt

A connector that allows blood to flow between two locations.
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Shunt

a shunt is a hole or passage that moves, or allows movement of fluid from one part of the body to another.
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shunt

A tube or device implanted in the body to divert excess CSF away from the brain to another place in the body.
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Shunt

an artificially constructed or an abnormal passage connecting two usually separate structures in the body
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Shunt

An electrical bypass circuit that proportionally divides current flow between the shunt and the shunted equipment. It also allows high current measurements with low-current equipment.
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shunt

In medicine, a passage that is made to allow blood or other fluid to move from one part of the body to another. For example, a surgeon may implant a tube to drain cerebrospinal fluid from the brain to the abdomen. A surgeon may also change normal blood flow by making a passage that leads from one blood vessel to another.
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shunt

qualifies a machine to denote that it is excited by a winding in parallel to the armature winding
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shunt

resistor connected in parallel with the current circuit of a measuring instrument in order to extend its measuring range NOTE - A shunt is generally intended to provide a voltage proportional to the current to be measured.
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shunt

send from one track to another lay aside evade discussion 
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Shunt

Shunt is slang for to shift responsibility onto someone else.
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Shunt

Shunt: 1) To move a body fluid, such as cerebrospinal fluid, from one place to another.
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Shunt

This generally means parallel connection.
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