Definitions for "chassis"
Keywords:  suspension, axle, trailer, tub, cab
A traversing base frame, or movable railway, along which the carriage of a barbette or casemate gun moves backward and forward. [See Gun carriage.]
The under part of an automobile or other motor vehicle, consisting of the frame (on which the body is mounted) with the wheels and machinery.
a rubber-tired trailer under-frame upon which containers are mounted for street or highway movement.
n. the part of a cylindrical lockset that contains the actuating mechanism and has a means for mounting trim and a bolt check pin n. a device resembling a bottom pin, found in a non-traditional chamber, used to restrict the rotation of the plug unless a specific area of the key is cut
The body of the lock itself, without any trim.
(n.) The part of a cylindrical lockset that contains the actuating mechanism and has a means for mounting trim and a bolt. Source: Lock Industry Standards and Training (LIST) Council
the structure used to house the various "internal" components of the computer (i.e., the motherboard, adapter cards, various storage devices, power supply, etc.)
a metal mounting for the circuit components of an electronic device
a physical component which contains other physical components
The Chassis library is a fast class-based library designed to ease the pain of multiplatform application development, with a strong emphasis on openGL games.
Keywords:  physique, leonardo, flesh, weak, spirit
alternative names for the body of a human being; "Leonardo studied the human body"; "he has a strong physique"; "the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak"
The structure supporting or enclosing the power supply.
In patchbays, a unit in which all wiring is enclosed in a box, or chassis, as opposed to configured as a harness.
Keywords:  apparatus, complete
A complete TV apparatus.
Keywords:  ski, boot, sole, section, transmits
Referring to ski boots, the lower section and sole of the boot which transmits movements into the ski.
Clearance sales are all those sales made outside the course of normal business terms, arising from commercial decisions by management to clear excess stock usually through specific channels and at a significant discount.
a complete "box" that surrounds one or more PC boards and has its own power supply
Keywords:  case, see
See case.
Keywords:  new, product
a new product
Keywords:  unit, system, see
see System unit