cable · noun /ˈkeɪ.bl ̩/Full view
B1 U the system of sending signals carrying information for television, telephone, or Internet along wires
Dictionary examples:

cable TV/television

This channel is only available on cable.

Learner example:

The rooms are big and [have] cable TV and air conditioning. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Portuguese)

cable (WIRE)
B2 C or U a set of wires, covered by plastic, that carries electricity, telephone signals, etc.
Dictionary examples:

The road had been dug up in order to lay cables.

overhead power cables

Learner example:

A mouse had eaten the cable so that there was no contact any more. (First Certificate in English; B2; German)

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