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Definition of "cabled" [ca•bled]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of cable. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "cabled" in a sentence
  • "“This experiment is particularly timely because it provides subsurface geological information that complements the work of the NEPTUNE Canada project at the University of Victoria to install a long-term cabled hydrothermal observatory in the hydrothermal fields” said William Wilcock, a UW marine geophysicist and a co-principal investigator on the project."
  • "This should be checked, however, because in short cabled distribution systems (typical for LV systems) the cable cross section might be determined by the current capacity."
  • "They are learning to collect and manipulate information on personal computers or what are known as clusters, where computer servers are cabled together to form a larger computer."