英 [træn'zɪstə; trɑːn-; -'sɪ-]
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- transistor (n.)
- small electronic device, 1948, from transfer + resistor, so called because it transfers an electrical current across a resistor. Said to have been coined by U.S. electrical engineer John Robinson Pierce (1910-2002) of Bell Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill, N.J., where the device was invented in 1947. It took over many functions of the vacuum tube. Transistor radio is first recorded 1958.
- 1. This make of transistor radio is small and beautifully designed.
- 2. She took her transistor everywhere with her.
- 3. This transistor radio has four small cells.
- 4. Every transistor has at least three electrodes.
- 5. Hundreds of people huddled around a single transistor radio listening to the announcement.
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