shunting

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shunting

  1. present participle of shunt

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shunting (countable and uncountable, plural shuntings)

  1. The connection of an electrical component in parallel with another, the current being divided between them.
  2. The manipulation of railway rolling stock into different combinations or onto different tracks.
  3. (Britain, finance) Arbitrage conducted between certain local markets without the necessity of the exchange involved in foreign arbitrage.

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