I had cable TV installed last week.
The profane language used on network television makes many parents with young children not want to subscribe to cable.
Don't touch the cable.
I'd like to send a cable to Japan.
Mark bought eight metres of cable.
Every gadget comes with a cable to recharge it.
steel cable, cable television
The company broadcasts on satellite and cable.
Since he has had cable television installed, Mark watches it all day long.
Electric power is transmitted via underground cables.
Parents try not to think about it, hoping that if they blot the children out, the fateful call or cable will never come.
A submarine cable was laid between the two countries.
The boat was tied to the shore by a cable.
Cable boxes are more useful as places for cats to sleep than as entertainment machines.
Even this cable cost me 6000 yen.
Angļu vārds "kabel"(cable) notiek komplektos:12.4 Technika i obsługa urządzeńCambridge English for engineering - unit 1nikt nw z czego to będzie a ja wiem☺☻♥♠♦○◘•/Część Bank II (podstawa) Nauka i Technika2020.04.05 słowka z 3a i z 3b
If you touch that wire, you'll get a shock.
Knowing how to hot wire a car may come in handy someday.
The hotel provided a wire in the bathroom for hanging wet clothes.
Let me know by wire.
But it's true! Dima insisted. "They won't let me buy the suit unless I give them another 99 kopeks! Can't you wire me some money?"
Wire me at once, in case there should be an accident.
When a coil is moved near to a wire with current flowing in it current flows in the coil as well.
It was evening and already dark but I saw a cat walking along a telephone wire. Can they do that, cats?
Wires transmit electricity / Should I cut the red wire or the green one?
I will keep this piece of wire. It might come in handy for repairing things.
Is this wire insulated?
This time, he had not forgotten his wire cutters.
Somebody wired my house. I want you to find out who.
Forgetting his key, he was able to open the door by inserting a wire in the key hole.
Angļu vārds "kabel"(wire) notiek komplektos:Unit 13 i 14 liceum matura podstawowaWset 3 chapter 1 (2-3)Nauka i TechnikaDom, wyposażenie
My husband cut our son's umbilical cord.
He caught the cord.
She wore the key on a cord around her neck. They used cords to tie the tent to the trees.
... box in the spinal cord where new wires, new...
After a minute of free fall he pulled the rip cord and out came the parachute.
Central nervous system consists of brain, cerebellum, medulla oblongata and spinal cord.
I think this lamp has a short because the light comes on only if I jiggle the cord.
Bolas are made up of a long cord with two stone balls at the free ends.
A device implanted in the spinal cord, dubbed the Orgasmotron, allows female patients to experience orgasm with the flick of a remote control.
Unfortunately, this cord isn't long enough
The kidnappers tied his hands with a piece of thick cord.
a piece/length of cord
The definition of a cord is string or rope. cord = strong thick string.
That extension cord looks dangerous to me. You see where it's frayed there?
Angļu vārds "kabel"(cord) notiek komplektos:u9 b1 wordlistEnglish words
Just how tiresome was it to argue straight against the phrase "Don't blindly follow America's lead!"
In daredevil car races, there are moments when the drivers place themselves between the devil and the deep blue sea, trying to take the lead.
No man can know them, no hunter can shoot them, with powder and lead - Thoughts are free!
Even if the opinions of others can be supressed, I cannot imagine to what results my speech may lead.
This might lead us to believe that a simple culture would make use of a simple language, that a complex culture would make use of a complex language, and so on.
More than iron, more than lead, more than gold I need electricity. I need it more than I need lamb or pork or lettuce or cucumber. I need it for my dreams.
You have to think of the example you're setting. You'll never be able to lead if you don't set an example worth following.
to show someone where to go, usually by taking them to a place or by going in front of them; "She led them down the hall." "We followed a path that led us up the mountain." "You lead and we'll follow." "I'll lead the way (= go first to show the route)."
"This industry represents a growing global market in which Europe should take the lead and achieve its independence. "
She had the job of doing basic training with the pups, getting them used to walking on a lead.
Beside this, eating big meal twice a day, leads to increase stomach, and the greater stomach, the large portion need to be fill.
You can see both sides of almost any issue -- and while it might exasperate your friends and lead to a few Hamlet moments, you're perfectly happy with your broad perspective
Angļu vārds "kabel"(lead) notiek komplektos:Vocabulary VIII - Parts and Components