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charge-cou•pled device  (chärjkup′əld),USA pronunciation [Electronics.]
  1. Electronicsa semiconductor chip with a grid of light-sensitive elements, used for converting light images, as in a television camera, into electrical signals. Abbr.: CCD
  • 1970–75

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