printed circuit

[ prin-tid sur-kit ]
/ ˈprɪn tɪd ˈsɜr kɪt /

noun Electronics.

a circuit in which the interconnecting conductors and some of the circuit components have been printed, etched, etc., onto a sheet or board of dielectric material (PC board, or printed-circuit board ).

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Origin of printed circuit

First recorded in 1945–50
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