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Idioms about wire

Origin of wire

before 900; Middle English wir(e) (noun), Old English wīr; cognate with Low German wīr,Old Norse vīra- wire, Old High German wiara fine goldwork

OTHER WORDS FROM wire

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH wire

why're, wire
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British Dictionary definitions for wire

wire
/ (waɪə) /

noun
verb (mainly tr)

Derived forms of wire

wirelike, adjective

Word Origin for wire

Old English wīr; related to Old High German wiara, Old Norse vīra, Latin viriae bracelet
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Other Idioms and Phrases with wire

wire

see down to the wire; get one's wires crossed; live wire; pull strings (wires); under the wire.

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