printed-circuit board
  • noun
    (written as printed circuit board)
    a flat insulating material that has conducting tracks of metal printed or etched onto its surface, which complete a circuit when components are mounted on it.
  • A board upon which a printed circuit (1) is mounted. Printed-circuit boards may be made, for instance, of a glass-epoxy resin, and can be single-sided, double-sided, or multilayered. Its abbreviation is PCB, or PC board. Also called printed circuit (2), or printed wiring board.
  • abbreviation PC board
  • acronym PCB
  • synonym printed-wiring board

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