power cord power cord


  • (n) a cord to conduct power to an electrical appliance


  1. Throw in the optional Bluetooth wireless keyboard and mouse, and the whole thing needs only one cable, the power cord.
  2. As for 30 Rock, I'm cutting that review short because, ahem, my laptop battery ran out while I was taking notes and I was too lazy to get the power cord.
  3. A cylindrical condenser is attached to the power cord to reduce interference.


  1. Rockler Cord and Hose Holder Makes Operation of Benchtop Power Tools Easier - New Device Keeps Power Cords and Dust ...

    Rockler Woodworking and Hardware has introduced the Cord and Hose Holder, a corded power tool and dust collection accessory that suspends power cords and dust hoses above the bench and out of the way of the work area. The adjustable post clamps onto workbenches and tables, allowing users to maneuver benchtop power tools such as routers and sanders with greater ease. (PRWeb June 13, 2013) Read ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: PRWeb

  2. BROWNSTOWN BLOTTER: Copper power cord cut from vehicle and other police briefs

    A heavy-duty copper electrical power cord used to bring electrical service into a motor camper was cut and removed from a vehicle.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The News-Herald

  3. Overheated power cord leads to Rutherford fire that displaced 12

    A defective or overheated power cord triggered a fire at an apartment building that left 12 people homeless early Monday morning – a situation apparently made worse when residents tried to drag a flaming futon outside.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Record

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