The act of moving or revolving around, or as in a circle or orbit; a revolution; as, the periodical circuit of the earth around the sun. (noun) चारों ओर घूमने या घूमने की क्रिया, या एक वृत्त या कक्षा में; एक क्रांति; जैसे, सूर्य के चारों ओर पृथ्वी का आवधिक परिपथ।
To move in a circle; to go round; to circulate. (verb) एक सर्कल में स्थानांतरित करने के लिए; दौरेपर जाने के लिए; प्रसारित करने के लिए।
Examples of word circuit
The circuit of a complete pair of cords and plugs with their associated apparatus is called a _cord circuit_.
The circuit containing the battery, transmitter, and primary winding of the induction coil is called the _local circuit_.
The advantages of putting the transmitter and the battery which supplies it with current in a local circuit with the primary of an induction coil, and placing the secondary of the induction coil in the line, have already been pointed out but may be briefly summarized as follows: When the transmitter is placed directly in the _line circuit_ and the line is of considerable length, the current which passes through the transmitter is necessarily rather small unless a battery of high potential is used; and, furthermore, the total change in resistance which the transmitter is capable of producing is but a small proportion of the total resistance of the line, and, therefore, the current changes produced by the transmitter are relatively small.
But his book elides the question of whether this circuit is also the source of IQ differences.
But that person, who was behind a desk, noticed that the student was wearing what she described as a circuit board.
My comrade, having the brand of an old offender, was executed; the young offender was spared, having obtained a reprieve, but lay starving a long while in prison, till at last she got her name into what they call a circuit pardon, and so came off.
His arraignment in circuit court is scheduled for Oct. 8.
However, if the circuit is closed the energy will be quickly released.
As for it being a “bad” idea to cite foreign state cases in circuit courts … the answer is “it depends.”