1) v. to join two ropes or to form a static loop in the end of a rope or cable by interweaving the strands. 2) v. in cabling. to form a termination loop in common-grade cable by wrapping the successive strands back upon the standing part (see eye splice). 3) 11. the connection formed by splicing.
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