a knot or clinch for attaching a cable to an anchor or mooring post.
a short line for forming a loop in a cable to secure it to an anchor.
an electronic device that allows cable television channels to be viewed by a subscriber. an electronic device that converts a digital television signal to analog or unscrambles a television signal.
a buoy marking or supporting part of a submerged cable.
a vehicle, usually enclosed, used on a cable railway or tramway. Historical Examples The Journal of Arthur Stirling Upton Sinclair The Spinner’s Book of Fiction Various The Day’s Work, Volume 1 Rudyard Kipling Vignettes of Manhattan; Outlines in Local Color Brander Matthews From Sea to Sea Rudyard Kipling Vignettes of Manhattan; Outlines in Local Color […]
a television program broadcast via cable television. (of television programs) broadcast via cable: a cablecast news program. to broadcast via cable television.