a circuit derived from two suitably arranged pairs of wires, each pair being a circuit (side circuit) and also acting as one half of an additional derived circuit, the entire system providing the capabilities of three circuits while requiring wires for only two.
- Phantom corpuscle
phantom corpuscle n. See achromocyte.
[fan-tuh m] /ˈfæn təm/ noun 1. an apparition or specter. 2. an appearance or illusion without material substance, as a dream image, mirage, or optical illusion. 3. a person or thing of merely illusory power, status, efficacy, etc.: the phantom of fear. 4. an illustration, part of which is given a transparent effect so as […]
noun, Pathology. 1. a phenomenon characterized by the experience of pain, discomfort, or other sensation in the area of a missing limb or other body part, as a breast. phantom limb pain n. Pain or discomfort felt by an amputee in the area of the missing limb.
- Phantom load
noun See energy vampire