triplex cable[′trip‚leks ‚kā·bəl]
An electrical cable consisting of three individually insulated wires that are twisted together and covered by an outer layer of protective material.
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A cable composed of three individually insulated electric conductors, twisted together and having a common outer protective covering.
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