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Past participle ofwire. There are other translations for this conjugation.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (computing)
a. con cable
The wireless router is down; we'll need to use the wired connectionEl router inalámbrico no sirve; tendremos que usar la conexión con cable.
b. conectado
Gabriela is lucky enough to be in one of the wired dorms, so she has internet in her room.Gabriela tiene la suerte de estar en uno de los dormitorios conectados, así que tiene internet en su cuarto.
2. (unable to be still)
a. muy acelerado
I had a few too many cups of coffee and feel wired today.Tomé demasiadas tazas de café y ando muy acelerado hoy.
3. (anxious)
a. tenso
Don't mess with the boss today. He's pretty wired and is in no mood for questions.No molestes al jefe hoy. Está bastante tenso y no está de humor para preguntas.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (highly strung)
a. tenso(a)
2. (after taking drugs)
a. muy acelerado(a)
b. espídico(a)
Regionalism used in Spain
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