Definition of 'transistor'
Example sentences containing 'transistor'
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From the can on the table came a tinny sound, like a transistor with a sore throat. THE THIRD CLASS GENIE (2003)I collected the cheque myself, the perfumed broker handing it over like I'd won the transistor in Sainte Catherine's prize draw. WHITE LIES (2003)It purported to be a jeweller's, but displayed only a few transistor radios and replica watches of dubious origin. THE ENDLESS GAME (2003)
Clusters of Chinese fishermen broke the silence with laughter and the tinny blare of transistor radios. TALES OF THE CITY (2003)
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Translations for 'transistor'
British English: transistor /trænˈzɪstə/ NOUN
A transistor is a small electronic component in something such as a television or radio, which is used to control electronic signals.
- American English: transistor
- Arabic: تَرانْزِسْتُور
- Brazilian Portuguese: transistor
- Chinese: 晶体管
- Croatian: tranzistor
- Czech: tranzistor
- Danish: transistor
- Dutch: transistor
- European Spanish: transistor
- Finnish: transistori
- French: transistor
- German: Transistor
- Greek: τρανζίστορ
- Italian: transistor
- Japanese: トランジスター
- Korean: 트랜지스터
- Norwegian: transistor
- Polish: tranzystor
- European Portuguese: transistor
- Romanian: tranzistor
- Russian: транзистор
- Spanish: transistor
- Swedish: transistor
- Thai: อุปกรณ์กึ่งตัวนำช่วยขยายสัญญาณทางอิเล็กทรอนิกส์
- Turkish: transistör
- Ukrainian: транзистор
- Vietnamese: thiết bị bán dẫn
Definition of transistor from the Collins English Dictionary
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