Translation of wiring in Spanish:

wiring

Pronunciation: /ˈwaɪrɪŋ; ˈwaɪərɪŋ/

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  • [Elec] (of house) cableado (m), instalación (f) eléctrica have you checked the wiring in the plug? ¿has mirado si los cables están bien conectados en el enchufe?
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    • And with the need to tie into existing building wiring, the system will have to be located close to the electrical feed into the building.
    • EMF exposures exist in the home and workplace as a result of electrical equipment and building wiring, and not only as a result of nearby power lines.
    • The Milton Rooms' licence, which is needed before plays, shows and discos can go ahead, has been declined because the electrical wiring in the building is considered unsafe.

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