wired up

wire up

1. To install wires inside of something or some place in order to provide power, Internet access, or a direct line of communication. We're just waiting for the electrician to wire up the house before we start putting in the drywall. Now that the spare room is wired up, I'll be able to use it as a home office.
2. To attach or connect something to or with wires in order to provide power, Internet access, or a direct line of communication. With the Wi-Fi down, we had to wire up all our computers directly in order to share our documents and project information. Let me just wire up these speakers so we can hear the music.
3. To fasten, secure, or affix something with wires. They might have to wire up his jaw if the break is too severe. Make sure you wire up those bales of hay before you finish for the day.
See also: up, wire

wired up

verb
See wired
See also: up, wired
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Yumiko Matsuda of MOS Food's PR department calculates that 100 Mos Burgers were wired up by the end of June and the buzz fr om customers using it has been "positive." It's also a great deal for the food chain since NTT--like other providers in these deals--absorbs the cost of labor, installation and equipment, leaving MOS with nothing to pay but the electric bill.