有線

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See also: 有线

Chinese[edit]

 
to have; there is; there are; to exist; to be
 
thread; string; wire; line
trad. (有線)
simp. (有线) 线

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Adjective[edit]

有線

  1. (attributive) wired

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Japanese[edit]

Kanji in this term
ゆう
Grade: 3
せん
Grade: 2
on’yomi

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Noun[edit]

有線 (hiragana ゆうせん, rōmaji yūsen)

  1. being wired or cabled
    有線電話 (ゆうせんでんわ) (ほう) (つな)がる確率 (かくりつ) (たか)
    yūsen denwa no hō ga tsunagaru kakuritsu ga takai
    landlines have a better chance of connecting
  2. Short for compounds such as 有線放送 (ゆうせんほうそう) (yūsen hōsō, cable broadcast), 有線電信 (ゆうせんでんしん) (yūsen denshin, wire telegraph​), 有線電話 (ゆうせんでんわ) (yūsen denwa, landline telephone); wired technology
    デジタルチャート (はじ)ラジオ有線 (ゆうせん)中心 (ちゅうしん) (いき) (なが)ヒットなりそうな気配 (けはい) ()ている[1]
    dejitaru chāto o hajime rajio ya yūsen o chūshin ni iki no nagai hitto ni narisō na kehai o miseteiru
    showing signs of being a long-lasting hit, starting with the digital charts, and with radio and cable [television] being the center
    PC (ピーシー)ディスプレーワイヤレス ()したらもう有線 (ゆうせん) (もど)ない[2]
    pīshī disupurē o waiyaresu-ka shitara mō yūsen ni modorenai
    I made my PC display wireless, and now I can't return to wired [screens]

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Korean[edit]

Hanja in this term

Noun[edit]

有線 (yuseon) (hangeul 유선)

  1. Hanja form? of 유선.