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  • Unwire (verb)

    To undo the wiring of.

  • Wire (noun)

    Metal formed into a thin, even thread, now usually by being drawn through a hole in a steel die.

  • Wire (noun)

    A piece of such material; a thread or slender rod of metal, a cable.

  • Wire (noun)

    A metal conductor that carries electricity.

  • Wire (noun)

    A fence made of usually barbed wire.

  • Wire (noun)

    A finish line of a racetrack.

  • Wire (noun)

    A telecommunication wire or cable

  • Wire (noun)

    An electric telegraph; a telegram.

  • Wire (noun)

    A hidden listening device on the person of an undercover operative for the purposes of obtaining incriminating spoken evidence.

  • Wire (noun)

    A deadline or critical endpoint.

    "This election is going to go right to the wire"

  • Wire (noun)

    A wire strung with beads and hung horizontally above or near the table which is used to keep score.

  • Wire (noun)

    Any of the system of wires used to operate the puppets in a puppet show; hence, the network of hidden influences controlling the action of a person or organization; strings.

    "to pull the wires for office"

  • Wire (noun)

    A women.

  • Wire (noun)

    A covert signal sent between people cheating in a card game.

  • Wire (noun)

    A knitting needle.

  • Wire (verb)

    To fasten with wire, especially with reference to wine bottles, corks, or fencing.

    "We need to wire that hole in the fence."

  • Wire (verb)

    To string on a wire.

    "wire beads"

  • Wire (verb)

    To equip with wires for use with electricity.

  • Wire (verb)

    To add something into an electrical system by means of wiring; to incorporate or include something.

    "I'll just wire your camera to the computer screen."

  • Wire (verb)

    To send a message or monetary funds to another person through a telecommunications system, formerly predominantly by telegraph.

    "Urgent: please wire me another 100 pounds sterling."

    "The detective wired ahead, hoping that the fugitive would be caught at the railway station."

  • Wire (verb)

    To make someone tense or psyched up.

    "I'm never going to sleep: I'm completely wired from all that coffee."

  • Wire (verb)

    To install eavesdropping equipment.

    "We wired the suspect's house."

  • Wire (verb)

    To snare by means of a wire or wires.

  • Wire (verb)

    To place (a ball) so that the wire of a wicket prevents a successful shot.

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  • Unwire (verb)

    undo the wiring of

  • Wire (noun)

    ligament made of metal and used to fasten things or make cages or fences etc

  • Wire (noun)

    a metal conductor that carries electricity over a distance

  • Wire (noun)

    the finishing line on a racetrack

  • Wire (noun)

    a message transmitted by telegraph

  • Wire (verb)

    provide with electrical circuits;

    "wire the addition to the house"

  • Wire (verb)

    send cables, wires, or telegrams

  • Wire (verb)

    fasten with wire;

    "The columns were wired to the beams for support"

  • Wire (verb)

    string on a wire;

    "wire beads"

  • Wire (verb)

    equip for use with electricity;

    "electrify an appliance"

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