circuit

In by Mark Goodman

A network of wiring that typically starts at a panel box, feeds electricity to receptacles/outlets, and ultimately returns to the panel box.

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
circuit (noun)
1.
a) a usually line encompassing an area - circular
b) the space enclosed within such a line
2.
a) a course around a periphery
b) a or indirect route - circuitous
3.
a) a regular tour (as by a traveling judge or preacher) around an assigned district or territory
b) the route traveled
c) a group of church congregations ministered to by one pastor
4.
a) the complete path of an electric current including usually the source of electric energy
b) an assemblage of electronic elements - hookup
c) a two-way communication path between points (as in a computer)
d) a neuronal pathway of the brain along which electrical and chemical signals travel
5.
a) an association of similar groups - league
b) a number or series of public outlets (as theaters, radio shows, or arenas) offering the same kind of presentation
c) a number of similar social gatherings - the cocktail circuit
circuit (verb)
transitive verb
intransitive verb
to make a circuit about to make a circuit
circuit (Wikipedia)

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