siyntio, siyntiasant, siyntia, siyntia’, siyntiaf, siyntiai, siyntiais, siyntiaist, siyntian, siyntiant, siyntiasai, siyntiych, siynti, siyntiasem, siyntiasent, siyntiasid, siyntiasit, siyntiasoch, siyntiasom, siyntiaswn, siyntid, siyntiech, siyntied, siyntiodd, siyntiem, siyntien, siyntient, siyntier, siynties, siyntiest, siyntiet, siyntiff, siyntioch, siyntiasech, siyntiom, siyntion, siyntiont, siyntir, siyntith, siyntiwch, siyntiwn, siyntiwyd, siyntiwyfsiyntio
Noun(1) a passage by which a bodily fluid (especially blood(2) a conductor having low resistance in parallel with another device to divert a fraction of the current(3) implant consisting of a tube made of plastic or rubber; for draining fluids within the body
Verb(1) transfer to another track, of trains(2) provide with or divert by means of an electrical shunt
(1) these components are designed to shunt electrical surges away from microcircuits(2) The engine won't have to shunt and pull, there will be a loop.(3) She had to have surgery for a liver shunt at 13 weeks.(4) This medical condition usually requires the surgical placement of a shunt system to divert cerebrospinal fluid to another part of the body.(5) the engine turnround was helped by a gravity shunt(6) How do you coordinate and shunt trains so they don't smash into each other while going in opposite directions on the same track?(7) a lorry shed its load, causing an eight-vehicle shunt(8) Doctors put in a shunt to drain the fluid in his brain.(9) shunt surgery(10) We wandered past many carriages waiting for the shiny new engine to shunt around to the front of the train.(11) Other cases have seen thieves shunt a vehicle and confront the owner after they leave their car to inspect the damage.(12) One indication is a shunt or a short circuit of a medium between the common control element and the devices.(13) This year, the Super League clubs' entry into the competition was put back six weeks, while the final has been shunted back to September 18, ahead of the Super League play-offs.(14) Rams boss Jim Smith claimed today's win had shunted his side to within five points of their 39-point target for safety and praised his defence for another sterling rearguard performance.(15) A grand total of six trains per day shunts through Fearn.(16) For far too long now, the youths have had the feeling of having been shunted into the position of secondary citizens.
(1) shunt-wound :: siynt-glwyf
1. bypass ::
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