Coax

  • 41COAX — comp. abbr. Coaxial Cable …

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  • 42coax — cokes …

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  • 43coax — v.tr. 1 (usu. foll. by into, or to + infin.) persuade (a person) gradually or by flattery. 2 (foll. by out of) obtain (a thing from a person) by coaxing. 3 manipulate (a thing) carefully or slowly. Derivatives: coaxer n. coaxingly adv. Etymology …

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  • 44coax something out of someone — phrase to gently persuade someone to tell or give you something She could coax answers to very personal questions out of people. Thesaurus: to persuade someone to tell you somethingsynonym Main entry: coax …

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  • 45coax´ing|ly — coax «kohks», transitive verb. 1. to persuade by soft words; influence by pleasant ways: »She coaxed her father to let her go to the dance. SYNONYM(S): wheedle, cajole, inveigle, entice. 2. to get by coaxing: »The nurse coaxed a smile from the… …

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  • 46coax someone out of (doing) something — coax someone into/​out of (doing) something phrase to gently persuade someone to do something or not do something After dinner Lily was coaxed into singing several songs. Rescuers told how they coaxed a man out of a suicide attempt. Thesaurus: to …

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  • 47coax someone into of (doing) something — coax someone into/​out of (doing) something phrase to gently persuade someone to do something or not do something After dinner Lily was coaxed into singing several songs. Rescuers told how they coaxed a man out of a suicide attempt. Thesaurus: to …

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  • 48Coax-Kabel — Coax Kabel,   Koaxialkabel …

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  • 49coax something out of somebody — coax sth out of/from sb derived to gently persuade sb to do sth or give you sth • The director coaxed a brilliant performance out of the cast. Main entry: ↑coaxderived …

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  • 50coax something out from somebody — coax sth out of/from sb derived to gently persuade sb to do sth or give you sth • The director coaxed a brilliant performance out of the cast. Main entry: ↑coaxderived …

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  • 51coax cable — noun a transmission line for high frequency signals • Syn: ↑coaxial cable, ↑coax • Derivationally related forms: ↑coax (for: ↑coax) • Hypernyms: ↑cable, ↑ …

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  • 52Coax-Kabel — Belling Lee Stecker des Kabelfernsehens Koaxiale Steckverbinder dienen der lösbaren Verbindung von Koaxialkabeln. Sie sind wie diese koaxial ausgeführt, um so die Vorteile der Koaxialkabel zu erhalten: extrem geringe elektromagnetische… …

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  • 53Coax or Coaxial Cable — VP A video cable that consists of an inner conductor, an insulating layer, and a conducting shield consisting usually of braided metal. Coax is thicker than shielded audio cables because of the higher frequencies of video. RG59 is a common size… …

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  • 54coax something out of someone — to gently persuade someone to tell or give you something She could coax answers to very personal questions out of people …

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  • 55coax cable — noun see coaxial cable …

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  • 56coax cable — noun coaxial cable …

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  • 57Ethernet over coax — (EoC) is a family of technologies that supports the transmission of Ethernet frames over co axial or coax cable. History The first Ethernet standard was IEEE 802.3 CSMA was for Ethernet running baseband over coaxial cable. The use of coaxial… …

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  • 58Multimedia over Coax Alliance — Contenido 1 Historia 2 MoCA 1.1 3 MoCA 2.0 4 Referencias 5 Véase también …

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  • 59Linquo coax ranis — are the first words of a two line poem in internally rhymed hexameters by Serlo of Wilton. The complete text is::Linquo coax ranis, cras corvis, vanaque vanis;:Ad logicam pergo que mortis non timet ergo.: I leave croaking to frogs, crowing to… …

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  • 60Multimedia over Coax Alliance — (MoCA) is a trade group promoting a standard that uses coaxial cables to connect consumer electronics and home networking devices in homes. It allows both data communication and the transfer of audio and video streams. Contents 1 History 2 MoCA 1 …

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