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Adjective: wired  wI(-u)rd
  1. [informal] Tense with excitement and enthusiasm as from a rush of adrenaline
    "we were really wired for the race";
    - pumped-up, pumped up, pumped, amped [informal]
  2. Tied or bound with wire
    "wired bundles of newspapers"
  3. Having hidden electronic eavesdropping devices
    "wired hotel rooms";
    - bugged
  4. Equipped with wire or wires especially for electric or telephone service
    "a well-wired house"
Verb: wire  wI(-u)r
  1. Provide with electrical circuits
    "wire the addition to the house"
  2. (telegraphy) send cables, wires, or telegrams
    - cable, telegraph
  3. Fasten with wire
    "The columns were wired to the beams for support"
  4. String on a wire
    "wire beads"
  5. Equip for use with electricity
    "wire an appliance";
    - electrify
  6. Put in place electronic eavesdropping equipment
    "his house is wired";
    - bug
  7. Send money electronically
    "ask them to wire the payment to the account"

See also: bound, connected, tense

Type of: accommodate, adapt, draw, equip, fasten, fit, fit out, fix, outfit, secure, string, telecommunicate, thread

Antonym: unwire, wireless

Encyclopedia: Wired

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