verb (used without object), squegged, squegging.
(of an electronic circuit or component) to produce an output that oscillates between a certain maximum and zero, especially when due to the effect of a grid.
of an electrical or electronic circuit, to oscillate intermittently
verb (used with object) 1. to strike or press with crushing force; crush down; squash. 2. to put down, suppress, or silence, as with a crushing retort or argument. verb (used without object) 3. to make a splashing sound. 4. to tread heavily in water, mud, wet shoes, etc., with such a sound. noun 5. […]
noun, plural squeteagues (especially collectively) squeteague. 1. an Atlantic food fish, Cynoscion regalis, of the croaker family. 2. any of several other Atlantic fishes of the same genus; sea trout. noun (pl) -teague, -teagues 1. any of various sciaenid food fishes of the genus Cynoscion, esp C. regalis, of the North American coast of the […]
noun 1. a short and witty or sarcastic saying or writing. 2. Journalism. a short news story, often used as a filler. 3. a small firework, consisting of a tube or ball filled with powder, that burns with a hissing noise terminated usually by a slight explosion. 4. a firecracker broken in the middle so […]
noun 1. Edward Robinson, 1819–1900, U.S. pharmaceutical manufacturer and medical reformer.