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Encyclopedia > Dies

Die can refer to:

  • To die is to undergo death.
  • "die" is the singular form of "dice"
  • A die is any of several mechanical devices, such as tool for pressing sheet metal, a re-usable mold for casting materials, a nut-like device for making screws, or a block with a hole in it for making wires.
  • A die is the substrate of an integrated circuit, whether or not the circuit has been put on it yet.
  • Die is a sous-préfecture of the département of Drôme, in France

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