Definitions for cable, bunched
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
A cable containing a number of separate and individual conductors. In some forms it consists virtually of two or more small cables laid tangent to each other and there secured. Thus each in section represents two or more tangent circles with the interstice solidly filled with the metal sheathing.
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