Antonyms for shorted

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When the G-4's went out the fusion must have shorted the neutralizers.

The generator was smoking, and the room reeked with the stench of shorted wires.

If there was something wrong it was subtle, like a burned out resistor or a shorted condenser.

One of them crawled under the main relay switch and shorted out half the board.

The automatic trigger had become fused, and the control paths were shorted to full-drive throughout.

Despite the fact that the voltmeter seemed to be shorted out by the relux plate, the needle pointed steadily at twenty-two.

There was a tinkling crash, a flare of light and the crackle of shorted circuits.

This species is very similar to the Marbled Murrelet, the chief difference being in the bill which is shorted.

He was not shorted by any part of the transformer or any wire he might be touching in the darkness.

Everything's burned out or shorted or fused together; I saw one busbar eight inches across melted clean in two.