relay

Synonyms and related words:
Le Mans, adder, air race, alternator, analytical control unit, analyzer, anchor watch, anode, armature, assign, autoconverter, automobile race, autostarter, autotransformer, battery charger, bicycle race, bit, boat race, brush, cap, capacitor, carry over, cathode, charger, choking coil, coder, coil, collator, communicate, commutator, compensator, compiler, condenser, consign, contest of speed, controller, converter, coupling, cross-country race, cutout, dash, day shift, decoder, deliver, deport, derby, detector, differential, diffuse, disseminate, distributor, divider, dog race, dogwatch, drag race, dynamo, dynamotor, electrode, electrophorus, electroscope, endurance race, expel, export, extradite, footrace, full time, fuse, galvanic pile, galvanoscope, generator, graveyard shift, grid, ground, half time, hand forward, hand on, hand over, heat, hurdle race, ignition, impart, import, inductor, insulator, integrator, interrupter, jumper, lap, lightning rod, lobster trick, magnet, magneto, magnetoscope, make over, marathon, marathon race, match race, memory tubes, metastasize, metathesize, motor-generator, motorcycle race, multiplier, night shift, obstacle race, oscillator, oscilloscope, outlet, overtime, part time, pass, pass on, pass over, pass the buck, perfuse, phase discriminator, pile, plug, pocket, points, position coder, potato race, printer, push button, race, reactor, receptacle, receptor, rectifier, regatta, relay race, resistance box, resistor, rheostat, road race, run, sack race, selector, self-starter, selsyn, shift, shunt, socket, spark coil, spark plug, speedway race, split schedule, split shift, spread, sprint, sprint race, starter, step-down transformer, stint, stock-car race, storage unit, sunrise watch, swing shift, switch, synchronous converter, tap, terminal, three-legged race, time, time switch, timer, toggle switch, torch race, tour, tour of duty, track race, transfer, transfer property, transformer, transfuse, translate, translocate, transmit, transmitter, transplace, transplant, transpose, trick, trickle charger, turn, turn of work, turn over, voltage changer, voltage regulator, voltage transformer, walk, watch, work shift, yacht race

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  • Relay — Re*lay , a. (Mach.) Relating to, or having the characteristics of, an auxiliary apparatus put into action by a feeble force but itself capable of exerting greater force, used to control a comparatively powerful machine or appliance. [Webster 1913 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Relay —   [engl.], Relais …   Universal-Lexikon

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