Definition of "cabling" [ca•bling]

  • A collection of cables. (noun)
  • Present participle of cable. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "cabling" in a sentence
  • "You do realise that DIY cabling is illegal in Australia without an ACMA licence?"
  • "The range includes 3M's first foray into intelligent cabling, which is ideal for large and complex cable systems - such as those within data centres - where efficient management of connectivity is essential for ensuring business continuity and managing costs."
  • "A lot of them also come with side-windows, which are mainly just for show (they also tend to encourage people to tidy up their cabling, which is good for airflow)."