splice

Definitions

Computing

Construction

  • Connection of two similar materials to another by lapping, welding, gluing, mechanical couplers, or other means.

Cricket

  • noun the wedge-shaped bottom end of the handle of the bat, which fits into a corresponding mortice in the top of the blade.
    See bat

Electronics

  • To join two things by their ends. For instance, to join two pieces of film, or two optical fibers at their ends. Also, the act of so joining, and the place where such a joint occurs.
  • To join by overlapping, as occurs for example, when using a shrink sleeve. Also, the act of so joining, and the place where such a joint occurs.
  • To join by intertwining. For instance, to join wires by twisting their ends together. Also, the act of so joining, and the place where such a joint occurs.

Information & Library Science

  • verb to join two pieces of magnetic tape or film together

Media Studies

  • verb to join the ends of two pieces of film or magnetic tape, e.g. in editing

Slang

  • verb to have sex (with)
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