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printed circuit

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, printed-circuit board)
Origin of printed circuit
1945-50 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Millions of printed circuit boards from discarded electronics are tossed into landfills every year.
  • The tubes and wires have been replaced with much tidier printed circuit boards.
  • They are also widely used to make prescription drugs, printed circuit boards and microchips.
  • The technology could also act as a masking technique during the manufacture of printed circuit boards.
  • Instead of copper wiring wound around a heavy iron core, the company's stator is made of printed circuit boards.
  • In the other end, three mini printed circuit boards will transmit and receive signals.
  • Your dad can always be tuned in with this vibrant screen printed circuit board tie in copper and silver metallic inks.
  • The factory made printed circuit boards for electric cooking appliances.
  • Detailed examination of the footage suggests a close-up of printed circuit boards connecting electronic components.
  • Wire wrap shall not be used on printed circuit boards.

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