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Definition of "transistorized" [transistorized]

  • Describing a device built using solid state components such as transistors. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "transistorized" in a sentence
  • "Just as Moore's Law holds that transistorized computing power doubles every two years, there appears to be a Moore's law of politics, doubling the forces in play around presidential elections."
  • "Instead, we have our paper phantoms, transistorized landscapes."
  • "What's provocative about Copeland's book is how he doesn't stick to just what's on the stage, as so many dance-critic purists do, but draws associations and contrasts with other art dynamics, such as demonstrating how Cunningham's light, flexible, transistorized movements answered the heavy clomp and primitivism of Jackson Pollock's action painting and the archetypal contortions of Martha Graham."
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