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circuit board

[ sur-kit bawrd ]

noun

  1. Electronics. a sheet made up of layers of conductive and insulating material used for the mounting and interconnection, often by a printed circuit, of components in electronic equipment.
  2. Computers. Also called card. a piece of fiberglass or other material upon which chips can be mounted to perform specific functions.


circuit board

noun

  1. short for printed circuit board


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Word History and Origins

Origin of circuit board1

First recorded in 1945–50
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Example Sentences

Behind the scenes is an LED chip, which has small light-emitting diodes attached to a printed circuit board.

In order to minimize the amount of wiring throughout Kiwi — since wires are always the biggest points of failure — the team created a set of origami-like circuit boards joined by integrated flex cabling.

Other layers include a stretchable circuit board and tiny actuators that create vibrations as current flows around them.

Ever since we were children, we’d both nursed a libidinal hunger for machines, our first love being circuit boards.

Jockusch gives an example from a Siemens factory of printed circuit boards, which are used in most electronic products.

Beginners usually start with a regulated model with a circuit board that prevents draws longer than 10 seconds.

Tantalum helps you send text messages, tin is the solder on every circuit board and gold is the little connecting piece.

To help others understand electricity better, draw a water system on an electric circuit board paralleling the circuit.

Using the Circuit Board, you can give many demonstrations of the way electricity flows, works and behaves.

He slid the blade under the plastic cover on its ass and revealed a little printed circuit board.

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