electronic vs electric vs electrical

electronic electric electrical

Definitions

  • 1) Operating on the physical behavior of electrons, especially in semiconductors.
  • 2) Generated by an electronic device.
  • 3) physics, chemistry : Of or pertaining to an electron or electrons.
  • 4) physics, chemistry : Of or pertaining to an electron or electrons.
  • 5) Of or pertaining to the Internet.
  • 6) Of, relating to, or produced by means of electronics.
  • 7) Of, based on, operated by, or otherwise involving the controlled conduction of electrons or other charge carriers, especially in a vacuum, gas, or semiconducting material.
  • 8) Of, implemented on, or controlled by a computer or computer network.
  • 9) Of or relating to electrons.
  • 10) Of or relating to music produced or altered by electronic means, as by a tape recorder or synthesizer.
  • 11) (Physics & Chem.) Of or pertaining to an electron or electrons.
  • 12) Using computerized storage or transmission of information
  • 13) Using the methods or principles of electronics as part of the working mechanism; -- of devices.
  • 14) (Physics & Chem.) Of or pertaining to an electron or electrons.
  • 15) of or pertaining to electronics.
  • 16) of or concerned with electrons
  • 17) of or relating to electronics; concerned with or using devices that operate on principles governing the behavior of electrons
  • 18) Pertaining to or of the nature of electrons. See electron, 2 and 3.

Definitions

  • 1) rare An electric car.
  • 2) informal Electricity.
  • 3) informal Electricity.
  • 4) rare An electric car.
  • 5) An electrically powered machine or vehicle.
  • 6) (Physics) A nonconductor of electricity, as amber, glass, resin, etc., employed to excite or accumulate electricity.
  • 7) (Physics) A nonconductor of electricity, as amber, glass, resin, etc., employed to excite or accumulate electricity.
  • 8) A railway or car operated by electricity: usually in the plural.
  • 9) A body or substance capable of exhibiting electricity by means of friction or otherwise, and of resisting the passage of it from one body to another. See electricity.
  • 10) Of, or relating to an electronic version of a musical instrument that has an acoustic equivalent.
  • 11) Being emotionally thrilling; electrifying.
  • 12) Of, relating to, produced by, operated with, or utilising electricity; electrical.
  • 13) Drawing electricity from an external source; not battery-operated; corded.
  • 14) Amplified by an electronic device.
  • 15) Of or related to sound created or altered by an electrical or electronic device.
  • 16) Exceptionally tense; highly charged with emotion.
  • 17) Of, relating to, producing, or operated by electricity.
  • 18) Emotionally exciting; thrilling.
  • 19) (Physics) See under Osmose.
  • 20) See under Aura.
  • 21) (Zoöl.) a South American eel-like fresh-water fish of the genus Gymnotus (G. electricus), from two to five feet in length, capable of giving a violent electric shock. See Gymnotus.
  • 22) an apparatus for generating, collecting, or exciting, electricity, as by friction.
  • 23) See Battery.
  • 24) (Elec.) a collection of electrical points regarded as forming, by an analogy with optical phenomena, an image of certain other electrical points, and used in the solution of electrical problems.
  • 25) (Zoöl.) a South American eel-like fresh-water fish of the genus Gymnotus (G. electricus), from two to five feet in length, capable of giving a violent electric shock. See Gymnotus.
  • 26) See under Clock, and see Electro-chronograph.
  • 27) (Zoöl.) the torpedo.
  • 28) Electrifying; thrilling; magnetic.
  • 29) (Zoöl.) any fish which has an electrical organ by means of which it can give an electrical shock. The best known kinds are the torpedo, the gymnotus, or electrical eel, and the electric cat. See Torpedo, and Gymnotus.
  • 30) a railway in which the machinery for moving the cars is driven by an electric current.
  • 31) (Zoöl.) one of three or more large species of African catfish of the genus Malapterurus (esp. M. electricus of the Nile). They have a large electrical organ and are able to give powerful shocks; -- called also sheathfish.
  • 32) (Zoöl.) the torpedo.
  • 33) (Elec.) a collection of electrical points regarded as forming, by an analogy with optical phenomena, an image of certain other electrical points, and used in the solution of electrical problems.
  • 34) See Telegraph cable, under Telegraph.
  • 35) See under Candle.
  • 36) See Telegraph.
  • 37) powered by electricity.
  • 38) [archaic] the supposed matter of electricity; lightning.
  • 39) Pertaining to electricity; consisting of, containing, derived from, or produced by, electricity
  • 40) Capable of occasioning the phenomena of electricity.
  • 41) (Physics) See under Osmose.
  • 42) a current or stream of electricity traversing a closed circuit formed of conducting substances, or passing by means of conductors from one body to another which is in a different electrical state.
  • 43) See under Brush.
  • 44) (Zoöl.) one of three or more large species of African catfish of the genus Malapterurus (esp. M. electricus of the Nile). They have a large electrical organ and are able to give powerful shocks; -- called also sheathfish.
  • 45) (Zoöl.) any fish which has an electrical organ by means of which it can give an electrical shock. The best known kinds are the torpedo, the gymnotus, or electrical eel, and the electric cat. See Torpedo, and Gymnotus.
  • 46) See Electro-motor, 2.
  • 47) a hand pen for making perforated stencils for multiplying writings. It has a puncturing needle driven at great speed by a very small magneto-electric engine on the penhandle.
  • 48) [archaic] the supposed matter of electricity; lightning.
  • 49) Pertaining to or consisting in electricity: as, electric power; an electric discharge.
  • 50) See motor.
  • 51) Conveying electricity; producing electricity; communicating a shock by electricity: as, an electric machine; electric wires; the electric eel or fish.
  • 52) Operated by electricity: as, an electric bell; an electric railway.
  • 53) Seemotor.
  • 54) Containing electricity, or capable of exhibiting it when excited by friction: as, an electric body, such as amber or glass.
  • 55) Derived from or produced by electricity: as, an electric shock; an electric light.
  • 56) Figuratively, full of fire, spirit, or passion, and capable of communicating it to others; magnetic.

Definitions

  • 1) An electrical engineer.
  • 2) Related to electricity (or electronics)
  • 3) using or providing or producing or transmitting or operated by electricity
  • 4) relating to or concerned with electricity
  • 5) Sameaselectric.
  • 6) Same as electric.

Examples

  • 1) They also want studies into the possible dangers from using electronic nicotine devices.
  • 2) They harness the energy and urgency of electronic music while largely doing away with emotion and invention.
  • 3) You can't use any electronic devices to see how fast it is.
  • 4) The nightclubs were all totally different to ours, playing early electronic music.
  • 5) We caught up with them to find out more about the forthcoming show and why London has such a far-reaching influence in electronic music.
  • 6) It has no side airbags and no electronic stability control system.
  • 7) German companies that make machinery and electronic equipment.
  • 8) But it was only a dummy run to test the electronic voting devices.
  • 9) Fire safety officials warned against using the wrong chargers for electronic equipment.
  • 10) Everything from electric equipment to electronic products and components.
  • 11) Divers have recovered electronic equipment from the vessel that could provide data about why it sank.
  • 12) But legal experts are predicting he will serve less than a year before being freed on an electronic tag.
  • 13) Now we will have to prove that our electronic devices will charge up before we are allowed on flights.
  • 14) What advice would you give to young producers of electronic music these days in what is a very crowded scene?
  • 15) Airlines appear to be giving up on the battle to make passengers switch off their electronic devices during takeoff and landing.
  • 16) We have a new technology in electronic mail, mobile phones and texting.
  • 17) His room is heavy with expensive electronic kit - but not a lot of books.
  • 18) electronic mail Messages can be sent from one person to another via their computer terminals.
  • 19) But no: this is solid electronic music.
  • 20) You've turned off your electronic devices.
  • 21) The car's electronic stability control is used to subtly brake individual wheels and counter any drifting effect.
  • 22) I wanted to use my success to bring them electronic music that they might not usually buy.
  • 23) This is an electronic control unit for electrical devices around the cabin, including the electric windows and central locking.
  • 24) electronic tuning can nowadays be done by plugging in a laptop to the vehicle diagnostic port and uploading different settings to the engine's electronic control unit.
  • 25) The telephone, fax machine, and electronic mail are the most obvious current examples of this "information revolution.
  • 26) No need to slow down: the four-wheel drive and electronic stability control will keep the car on the straight and narrow.
  • 27) Nonetheless, I recently downloaded a free electronic copy of the book.
  • 28) ‘They'll also examine how humidity affects the surface of silicon, which is used to make microchips and other electronic devices.’
  • 29) ‘The silicon transistors of modern electronic devices make connections to potentials the values of which represent zero and one throughout a system.’
  • 30) ‘Modern airliners are packed with electronic devices that control the plane and handle navigation and communications.’
  • 31) ‘Inorganic chemistry is used to construct electronic components such as transistors, diodes, computer chips, and various metal compounds.’
  • 32) ‘The ‘Smart Home’ with all kinds of appliances from kitchenware to burglar alarms controlled by a single electronic device has been the dream of householders for decades.’
  • 33) ‘Here they were making electronic brake controls, in different configurations and different voltages.’
  • 34) ‘Testing of the electronic engine control is also on schedule following the delivery of the first units.’
  • 35) ‘With each bike controlled by an electronic lock, anyone interested in renting the bike can call a telephone line to open the key, and call to tell the location of the bike after they finish using it.’
  • 36) ‘For centuries a warder locked up prisoners with a key - this is no longer the case, with both cell-blocks having electronic locks operated by fingerprint and unable to be opened by key.’
  • 37) ‘A typical electronic control unit operates at 8.5 volts; that power is provided by a voltage regulator built into the unit.’
  • 38) ‘All of the light fixtures and electronic devices currently plugged in exploded from the jolt of electric energy that had rocketed from the sky.’
  • 39) ‘Dynamic stability control, ABS, traction control and electronic brake force distribution are standard fare.’
  • 40) ‘In any case, some of the claims made by those who believe they are being controlled by these electronic weapons do not seem plausible.’
  • 41) ‘The system is designed for all boats with electronic engine controls.’
  • 42) ‘Tantalum is mainly used in the electronics industry in the manufacture of capacitors, used in electronic gadgets like cell phones.’
  • 43) ‘With advances in standard off-the-shelf alkaline batteries, most electronic sensors can operate for longer periods without running down.’
  • 44) ‘Without such a surface finish, the electronic components like transistors, resistors, capacitors and chips could not be fixed and electrically connected to the circuit.’
  • 45) ‘Having had no interest in analysing the economic scenario at the macro or the micro level, Biju is interested in examining the minute components of electronic gadgets.’
  • 46) ‘Verify proper operation of various sensors and other electronic control devices’
  • 47) ‘Currently, most electronic devices are based on silicon.’
  • 48) ‘The marriage of hip-hop with electronic dance music is well established, but most of this group's collaborations sound like shotgun marriages.’
  • 49) ‘São Paolo today feels like it is on the verge of another cultural revolution, led by hip hop and electronic dance music.’
  • 50) ‘That nearly all music is electronic is a banal truism.’
  • 51) ‘Hopefully the new album will be seen in a slightly broader sense and not just confined to electronic music’
  • 52) ‘Anyone looking for a daring, boundary-pushing exercise in electronic dance music would be advised to steer clear.’
  • 53) ‘The effect is sometimes almost orchestral and sometimes like electronic jazz, with enhanced frogs and insects riffing on chord changes and rhythmic patterns.’
  • 54) ‘An extremely important electronic advance for popular music scholars is the widespread availability through the Internet of digitized recorded music.’
  • 55) ‘But what of the inverse - the electronic acts giving rock music a whirl?’
  • 56) ‘This slacker attitude might also keep them on the edge of electronic pop music.’
  • 57) ‘For the naysayers that claim you can't play electronic dance music without samplers or drum machines, this performance would've been a eye-opener.’
  • 58) ‘Then the heavy electronic techno beat started, and dancers vacillated their bodies without restriction.’
  • 59) ‘The music is something electronic but suits the ballet very well.’
  • 60) ‘1987 was an early but fertile time for electronic dance music.’
  • 61) ‘A lot of electronic musicians release their music using pseudonyms, but you use your own name.’
  • 62) ‘If it's the latter, electronic dance music makes you want to put on sunglasses at midnight and drive your stubbled, tragic self into the night.’
  • 63) ‘Every subgenre of contemporary electronic dance music has superstar DJs and tracks that are ripe for the fruit basket of mass consumption.’
  • 64) ‘He's fooled around with most every idiom of electronic dance music (some of which he shudders in shame to mention).’
  • 65) ‘I'm from a cynical generation raised on electronic dance music, but felt I finally understood what the fuss with rhythm and blues was all about.’
  • 66) ‘He projected those images on a large screen in the classroom while playing electronic / techno music.’
  • 67) ‘We both liked the idea of putting that certain underground, electronic dance music into a more pop kind of context.’
  • 68) ‘But the average added value of a worker in an electronic engineering firm, where design is critical, is $250,000.’
  • 69) ‘The 38-year-old electronic engineering student, who speaks four languages, began refusing food on December 5 and lost three stone.’
  • 70) ‘After one mind-numbingly boring semester of studying electronic engineering, I landed a job as junior sales assistant in a retail franchise.’
  • 71) ‘He was studying IT and electronic engineering.’
  • 72) ‘The electronic circuit analysis course he taught to students helped most of his students enter the field of electronic engineering.’
  • 73) ‘The variety of professions included in the event range from tourism and medicine to performing arts and electronic engineering.’
  • 74) ‘If you are considering electronic engineering as a course of study you are invited to attend one of these open days.’
  • 75) ‘What proved to be a loss for the world of electronic engineering, proved to be Rochdale's gain.’
  • 76) ‘He has a degree in radio electronic engineering and a postgraduate qualification in financial insurance management.’
  • 77) ‘Soon electronic engineering became a thing of the past for Richard and he's never looked back.’
  • 78) ‘There may be fewer complaints about skills shortages now that the industry has shed thousands of jobs, but there are still dozens of unfilled posts in optoelectronics and electronic engineering.’
  • 79) ‘There he worked as an electrician before completing both electrical and electronic engineering diplomas and working as an automation engineer in Melbourne.’
  • 80) ‘At the same time, information about accepted variants of combat employment of electronic engineering units is memorized by it for further repeated use.’
  • 81) ‘Set to study electronic engineering at the University of Cape Town next year, Bryce, who came second overall at the college, said his holiday was starting only now.’
  • 82) ‘Although mining has ceased, the area is characterized by industrial village settlement and there is a legacy from the past in modern engineering and electronic industries.’
  • 83) ‘The university is set to invest a further €16 million in a new biosciences and electronic engineering facility.’
  • 84) ‘Civil and chemical engineering salaries remained relatively stable, but electronic engineers were hit badly by the downturn in the technology sector.’
  • 85) ‘Atomic physics involves specifically investigations into the electronic parts of the atom.’
  • 86) ‘Other physicists have explored the electronic properties of DNA and its use as a scaffold for solid-state dye lasers.’
  • 87) ‘The redshift in the absorption spectrum reflects electronic interactions between the porphyrin and the melanins.’
  • 88) ‘Now researchers have taken advantage of a proposed quantum effect to construct a Y-shaped, nano electronic circuit that boosts signals spontaneously.’
  • 89) ‘Molecules absorb radiation at characteristic wavelengths that excite one or more of their rotational, vibrational or electronic degrees of freedom.’
  • 90) ‘They can share and download electronic collections on the Network.’
  • 91) ‘The use of computer systems, electronic communication systems and Internet access is restricted to the conduct of company business.’
  • 92) ‘With the introduction of the Internet, electronic and computer games, etc, we have seen a reduction in the relative time spent by budding West Indian cricketers on the cricket field.’
  • 93) ‘Schmidt sees a huge challenge in trying to understand the interdependencies that exist where electronic networks interface with the physical world.’
  • 94) ‘After the movie industry, the next big leap for the Linux desktop is into electronic design automation.’
  • 95) ‘Once the user has scanned the products, they bring the device to an in-store computer, which produces an electronic shopping list.’
  • 96) ‘And certainly, in these days of computer viruses, electronic hackers and the like, who is to say that he doesn't have a point?’
  • 97) ‘On the Web, however, research materials are accessed online via electronic databases instead of through librarians or curators.’
  • 98) ‘Seemingly harmless World Cup screensavers, spreadsheets and electronic wall charts could provide the ideal vehicles for virus and worm propagation.’
  • 99) ‘Skills in electronic commerce, computer networking and Internet / Web will all command recruiters' attention, Copeland says.’
  • 100) ‘Although he denied the charges, he was convicted in 2001 of computer hacking and electronic eavesdropping.’
  • 101) ‘Again, it provides tools to manage and transfer podcast, electronic magazine and video blog subscriptions.’
  • 102) ‘Clinicians need the network to carry the electronic patient record and at last we can visualise both the possible shape of the record and how it might work for us.’
  • 103) ‘An electronic (computer data base) copy of the voters' roll must be provided to all political parties.’
  • 104) ‘If a power outage hit on a much larger scale, it could shut down the electronic networks that keep governments and militaries running.’
  • 105) ‘Direct access trading systems also give traders the ability to trade on the electronic communication networks (ECNs).’
  • 106) ‘FBI agents seized his computers and all electronic media and effectively put him out of business.’
  • 107) ‘Shareware and freeware were around long before the Internet, circulating years before in computer clubs and on electronic bulletin board systems.’
  • 108) ‘The bank was involved in a security incident last year, since when he has spoken in favour of electronic banking and backed up his convictions by using an online account.’
  • 109) ‘Twenty years ago, corporate spies would have to raid the contents of a filing cabinet, but today they can slip a disk in their pocket or email data to an online electronic swag bag.’

Examples

  • 1) City could hardly hear themselves think in the electric atmosphere and were clearly rattled.
  • 2) Do these sheep dream of electric fences?
  • 3) These crystals give off a small electric current.
  • 4) It was like an electric light had gone off in my brain.
  • 5) Whisk until light and fluffy using an electric hand whisk and spoon into the cases.
  • 6) electric cars have four times as much copper as an internal combustion vehicle and the charging equipment requires more.
  • 7) Along the route, the atmosphere was electric.
  • 8) Experts are predicting one of the worst winters for years, so invest in an electric blanket and stay warm.
  • 9) I bought myself quite an expensive electric bass guitar, so it could be about an electric bass guitar.
  • 10) What is it about the electric guitar that has gained it such iconic status?
  • 11) The sheer resilience of my players shone through and the atmosphere was electric.
  • 12) Put the egg whites into a bowl and whisk with an electric mixer until thickened.
  • 13) They have also built an electric fence around the most popular breeding area.
  • 14) Two other important new industries were the telephone and electric light businesses.
  • 15) Time to fly home to my electric blanket and underfloor heating.
  • 16) The gas and electric bills concern us.
  • 17) The battery makes an electric current low through the copper wire.
  • 18) It works on the concept that a copper strip carrying a tiny electric charge will repel slugs.
  • 19) electric trains emit less greenhouse gas than diesels and cause less network wear and tear.
  • 20) Its industries rely on electric power and the country imports huge amounts of oil and gas.
  • 21) One option was to encourage companies to sell electric cars but lease the batteries.
  • 22) The electric chair can be very messy.
  • 23) The rock riff is a product of a misuse of the electric guitar.
  • 24) Mix with an electric whisk for two minutes until smooth.
  • 25) Houses are surrounded by high walls topped by electric fences to keep out marauding bands of robbers.
  • 26) These signs were constructed from tubes glowing with electric light.
  • 27) Save s on your gas and electric bills by switching suppliers.
  • 28) It uses variations in electric current along a long wire to transmit coded messages from one location to another.
  • 29) The bolt of lightning had struck the roof aerial and sent a huge electric charge down to the set.
  • 30) It was only in the morning that he discovered his wife had bought an electric blanket while he was away.
  • 31) The electric power industry expanded rapidly.
  • 32) electric trains are also quieter, less polluting and far more reliable.
  • 33) I would say this is the first electric car that truly handles.
  • 34) However, with incomparably higher frequencies, which we may yet find means to produce efficiently, and provided that electric impulses of such high frequencies could be transmitted through a conductor, the electrical characteristics of the brush discharge would completely vanish -- no spark would pass, no shock would be felt -- yet we would still have to deal with an _electric_ phenomenon, but in the broad, modern interpretation of the word.
  • 35) The term electric radiation was first employed by Hertz to designate waves emitted by a Leyden jar or oscillator system of an induction coil, but since that time these radiations have been known as Hertzian waves.
  • 36) I had two thoughts when I first heard the phrase "electric sundown."
  • 37) As Matouse said the Rapalla electric is a good knife for bulk work.
  • 38) Some of us are not driving, some are trading in SUVs for hybrids, and some are looking in a completely different direction, towards what they call electric cars.
  • 39) This is the dazzling bright light which we call electric light.
  • 40) _ So, when the conductor is not so good; when a large wire is reduced suddenly to a small one; when a good conductor, such as copper, has a section of resisting conduction, such as carbon; heat and light are at once evolved at that point, and there is produced what we know as the electric light.
  • 41) That electromotive force acting on a dielectric produces what we call electric displacement.
  • 42) ‘In fact, each ‘window’ is an array of photovoltaic cells that generate electric current when exposed to the light.’
  • 43) ‘The gravitomagnetic field is created by moving masses, much as magnetic fields are created by moving electric charges.’
  • 44) ‘We experience movement of charge in the electric current in wires.’
  • 45) ‘The boundaries between grains act like barriers to electric charge carriers, impeding the flow of current.’
  • 46) ‘These charges include electric traction current and station-leasing charges.’
  • 47) ‘The Ministry of electricity is implementing measures to stabilize the oscillation of electric current in its power lines.’
  • 48) ‘The higher the value is the more electric charge can be stored, thereby indicating that a substance is superior as a condenser material.’
  • 49) ‘X-ray flares bombard these disks, likely giving them an electric charge.’
  • 50) ‘The film measures the compression force, which is seen in the form of the electric charge of opposite surfaces.’
  • 51) ‘In yet another room was a small piece consisting of two electric fans with their blades replaced by rods with twists of leaves at the end.’
  • 52) ‘Liquid crystals are rod shaped molecules that bend light in response to an electric current; the crystals align so that no light can pass through.’
  • 53) ‘Yet for this and any other electronics application, the materials must also be able to carry an electric current.’
  • 54) ‘The electric currents passing through the copper tubing in the accelerator produce vast amounts of heat.’
  • 55) ‘If the distribution of moving electric charge is not symmetric, the magnetic field will also be unsymmetric.’
  • 56) ‘I looked up from where I sat and saw the main electric switch, connecting the house to the outside lines.’
  • 57) ‘A first naive picture of an electron - this is not an accurate picture but it's a start - is as a tiny ball with electric charge - which is what flows when a current flows in a wire.’
  • 58) ‘We can power the fuel cell using renewable energies to generate hydrogen, and then convert it into electricity to charge the electric car.’
  • 59) ‘Wires are placed on the scalp and the arms or legs are stimulated with a mild electric current.’
  • 60) ‘These specifications will allow smooth interface between different systems using electric power lines for audio, video and data networking.’
  • 61) ‘In this process, acupuncture needles are placed at selected points and then pulsed with an electric current to stimulate the acupuncture points.’
  • 62) ‘Becalmed sounds of electric piano, bass, acoustic guitars, and soft trumpet tones appear at a tempo that's so relaxed it's almost asleep.’
  • 63) ‘The song's detailed arrangement is fleshed out by electric piano, aquatic guitar lines, and exotic percussion.’
  • 64) ‘But it's important to remember that electric guitars and electric pianos were new at the time, and there were new recording techniques.’
  • 65) ‘This stripped-down affair featured singer Kelly Jones on acoustic guitar, accompanied by piano, muted electric guitar and electric bass.’
  • 66) ‘A standard electric bass guitar covers over three octaves.’
  • 67) ‘The excitement was electric on that sunny evening as the students of Gallagher House got their spin in the 18 seater bus.’
  • 68) ‘The excitement was almost electric as Claude withdrew a beautiful antique pocket watch from his coat.’
  • 69) ‘Mark McColl, at 18, thrilled with electric bursts of pace.’
  • 70) ‘Closest to the camera, one young man turns toward another with an electric sense of movement, seemingly oblivious to Lawton's presence.’
  • 71) ‘Through the confusion I felt an electric elation, a sense of the force of life moving swiftly along my entire person.’
  • 72) ‘As she leaned back he shifted again, maybe only to get more comfortable, but his knee brushed hers and she felt an electric thrill course through her.’
  • 73) ‘His hands found my throat and his thumbs stroked it in smooth, tantalizing lines that sent electric thrills through my body.’
  • 74) ‘My heart suffered a sudden electric jolt when I realized who had spoken.’
  • 75) ‘In the end, however, it's simply the electric thrill of the music itself that makes this release so essential.’
  • 76) ‘As the queue grew by the buckets the excitement in the carpark was electric with eager fans ranging from two years all the way up to 70.’
  • 77) ‘The excitement at this game was electric as the spectators shouted and screamed for the young players.’
  • 78) ‘By now the atmosphere was electric and the screams of excitement from the fans almost deafening.’
  • 79) ‘The man who thrilled millions with his devastating body serve, electric change of pace and his supreme skill died last Friday.’
  • 80) ‘The air was electric as the sell-out crowd waited in excited anticipation to hear the 64-year-old Spaniard sing favourites from Verdi and Wagner.’
  • 81) ‘The atmosphere has been electric and obviously everyone is excited.’
  • 82) ‘I'm now under a dense canopy of bush and the air is suddenly electric with the pulsing of cicadas.’
  • 83) ‘The air was electric - the older generation bursting with excitement with what was going to happen next, and the younger ones bursting with curiosity abut what that something was.’
  • 84) ‘The atmosphere on the ship was electric, and that moment gave me a great sense of pride and humility.’
  • 85) ‘The love in the air was electric and both, even the one whose senses had ceased five years ago, could feel it.’
  • 86) ‘With their unruly instincts and their tingling, uncharted senses, they have an electric effect.’
  • 87) ‘He said: ‘All the wiring, electrics, plumbing is already in.’’
  • 88) ‘They claimed they were carrying out electrical work in the area and needed to check the electrics in her house.’
  • 89) ‘Almost all the electrics in the house are controlled by computer.’
  • 90) ‘The fire, which is believed to have started in the cupboard that houses the electrics on the ground floor, took three hours to bring under control and more than 30 firefighters were involved.’
  • 91) ‘Superconductors were once the vision of the future for levitating trains and resistance-free electrics.’
  • 92) ‘This is a system whereby electrics are controlled from a central switch.’
  • 93) ‘Works will include new toilets, plus a wheelchair access toilet, new kitchen and meting room, new central heating system, new electrics and a new slated roof.’
  • 94) ‘We've rewired all the electrics at ceiling height, put in a new bar floor and reupholstered.’
  • 95) ‘The fire seemed to go out, and so did everything in the whole house, as I'd fused all the electrics.’
  • 96) ‘I used an electric for years since I always had problems with blades especially on my neck.’
  • 97) ‘I will never, ever have an electric if I can avoid it.’
  • 98) ‘She traded it for my first electric - some sort of strat copy - and the assistant at the shop totally ripped her off.’
  • 99) ‘The battery-operated brush whirls like an electric at close to a manual toothbrush price.’
  • 100) ‘Though an electric could be as beautiful as an acoustic, Pixie intended to play the less beautiful songs today.’
  • 101) ‘His hand slowly got closer to her arm, she could feel the electric of his touch.’
  • 102) ‘They had a boat, a 130 ft Japanese diesel electric with holes and without handrails.’

Examples

  • 1) The liquids are pumped into a battery cell that converts the chemical energy to electrical energy.
  • 2) By then he was being asked to ship other items aside from electrical goods and personal effects.
  • 3) Staff maintain the properties, all electrical equipment and the gardens.
  • 4) As for her husband, he likes messing around at home repairing electrical and computer equipment.
  • 5) Three jobs are available on the course with roles covering civil engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, mechanical engineering and quantity surveying.
  • 6) The quantity of electrical household appliances sold rose by 19 per cent on the month and the amount spent rose 24 per cent.
  • 7) The family are trying to raise 15,000 online for electrical stimulation equipment, which they hope will improve her chances of walking again one day.
  • 8) Many electrical items continue to use electricity while off if connected to an outlet.
  • 9) The use of windmills to produce electrical energy is now in common use.
  • 10) You must avoid the temptation to do this while handling electrical appliances.
  • 11) The enlarged group now makes equipment including electrical systems for data centres and printing presses.
  • 12) Why had he wanted to be an electrical engineer?
  • 13) Do not overload plug sockets and make sure you switch off electrical items when not in use.
  • 14) The copper on a printed circuit board is a conductor for the electrical energy in the circuit.
  • 15) Similar results were obtained for trade in domestic electrical equipment.
  • 16) Also those with trades like electrical engineers and car mechanics.
  • 17) electrical energy is all around us and represents a potential source of unintentional injuries.
  • 18) About a quarter of those buying electrical appliances take out an extended warranty.
  • 19) Also begins smuggling cigarettes and electrical items.
  • 20) electrical equipment should be switched off when not in use.
  • 21) Care should be taken when using electrical energy from the mains supply as it can kill very easily.
  • 22) Her father was an electrical engineer.
  • 23) They only took two electrical items.
  • 24) These will be designed to mimic the natural flex of knee and ankle joints by storing electrical energy to power internal springs.
  • 25) You must also ensure that sockets, light fittings and electrical appliances are safe.
  • 26) He was an inventor, an electrical engineer who improved the electric motor.
  • 27) I work at an electrical retailer and sell extended warranties for computers.
  • 28) The figures come despite warnings of a slowdown in sales from a number of the UK's top electricals retailers.
  • 29) Double e's, that's what they call electrical engineers, double e's, remember that.
  • 30) He followed through and found a space-related program that demonstrated his interest in electrical engineering.
  • 31) Heat build-up in electrical devices is symptomatic of eddy current and hysteresis loss and requires strategies for minimization of loss and removal of heat.
  • 32) I've done many many circuit work in electrical boxes (and I'm not even an electrician).
  • 33) Production of polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, used in electrical equipment, paints, plastics and hundreds of other industrial applications, was banned in the 1970s.
  • 34) That's like a 1400 on the pre-dummed down SAT, the type of people that go to MIT or Stanford and major in electrical engineering.
  • 35) During my undergraduate days in electrical engineering, women were few and far in between.
  • 36) It's 2010 now, and Erick is a Stanford graduate with a degree in electrical engineering; he's spent five years at a leading aerospace corporation; he became president of our Alumni Association and represents Stanford at our "Destination: College" event every year; and recently he went on to complete an MBA at the University of Texas at Austin.
  • 37) We commonly describe membrane function using concepts (conductivity, insulation, capacitance, and so on) established previously in electrical engineering. here
  • 38) Joined by Participant chief executive Jim Berk, Skoll happened to be dining just up the street from the University of Toronto, where he graduated with a degree in electrical engineering, before moving to the United States to earn his MBA at Stanford.
  • 39) ‘Since when did the average boat owner need a generator to operate the boat's electrical system?’
  • 40) ‘Many of them were young boys whose wire strings hit electrical power lines, causing short circuits.’
  • 41) ‘The instrument operates from a standard electrical outlet and requires no calibration.’
  • 42) ‘Another is an electrical generator to provides emergency household electricity.’
  • 43) ‘Padraig operated an electrical appliances, radio and TV shop in Claremorris for many years.’
  • 44) ‘Basically, LEDs are just tiny light bulbs that fit easily into an electrical circuit.’
  • 45) ‘An improved electrode for use in generating an electrical field in a saline solution is provided.’
  • 46) ‘To operate any electrical equipment near a water garden, use an outdoor outlet.’
  • 47) ‘Is the thermostat compatible with the electrical wiring found in your current unit?’
  • 48) ‘Check connections to the electrical system to prevent low voltage and lighting problems.’
  • 49) ‘There is a minute electrical current induced in the antenna by the radio signal it receives.’
  • 50) ‘They also show that the thinner the wire the higher its electrical resistance is.’
  • 51) ‘Fuel cells work by combining the fuel with oxygen from the air and using the energy liberated to drive an electrical current.’
  • 52) ‘There are solar cell arrays on satellites, where they are used to power the electrical systems.’
  • 53) ‘The steam is used to drive electrical generators and supply part of the energy needed to run the plant.’
  • 54) ‘In this article, we will look at all of the equipment that brings electrical power to your home.’
  • 55) ‘Assassins targeted him outside of his home during an electrical black-out.’
  • 56) ‘An underground explosion in an electrical box blacked out more than 230 homes in Leigh.’
  • 57) ‘In an electrical fire, the water may conduct the current, which can electrocute you.’
  • 58) ‘One advantage of the inductive system is that there are no exposed electrical contacts.’
  • 59) ‘We have an electrical store there selling appliances, washing machines.’
  • 60) ‘In fact its name sounded more like a jewellery shop than an electrical store.’
  • 61) ‘The blast flung an air-conditioning unit and a microwave into the consulate garden from a nearby electrical shop.’
  • 62) ‘In fact, during this period, the tramway holding companies became dominated by electrical companies.’
  • 63) ‘The electrical contractor had to pay the bill to hand stitch it back together.’
  • 64) ‘We went to have a look at the spring sale at the local electrical superstore later on and found ourselves coming back with a new tv.’
  • 65) ‘Once he has completed his course the mature student will join his dad's plumbing, heating and electrical company full time.’
  • 66) ‘He was a late developer and at the age of 27 he had to choose between a promising career with an electrical company and the game he loves.’
  • 67) ‘There is an electrical shop just across the road where I can get the motor, bulbs and wires and it wouldn't cost much.’
  • 68) ‘I went down to my local electrical shop to buy a bulb for our fridge.’
  • 69) ‘Nevertheless, electrical shops were going flat out to convert more households to the TV age.’
  • 70) ‘At present, utilities such as gas, water and electrical companies can schedule work when they want.’
  • 71) ‘No one else is doing anything about old batteries and we're the logical drop off point as I own an electrical shop.’
  • 72) ‘With more and more electrical shops coming on stream there is a lot of pressure on.’
  • 73) ‘One area of opportunity for electrical contractors is urban distribution upgrades.’
  • 74) ‘For everybody else, it is generally quickest and cheapest to employ a firm of electrical contractors to do the work.’
  • 75) ‘It was then reversed into the side window of the electrical retail and repair shop’
  • 76) ‘This equipment is still not available in Australian electrical stores.’
  • 77) ‘The problem was first discovered on Monday afternoon, and an electrical contractor later inspected the buildings.’
  • 78) ‘Mrs Taylor said her husband, a retired electrical contractor, had one drink and then ordered another but did not finish it.’
  • 79) ‘The Hyderabad unit would manufacture the boiler feed pumps and Bhopal and Jhansi units would supply electricals and switchyard equipment, the release said.’
  • 80) ‘Before that I was the sales manager with a Bombay consumer electricals company.’
  • 81) ‘Over the past 13 years, 1,338 foreign companies, in software, hardware, electronics, electricals and engineering, made their presence felt in the state.’
  • 82) ‘More than 2000 jobs at an electricals retailer have been saved after the company was sold to a New Zealand-based group.’
  • 83) ‘Much of the electricals, clothing and consumer goods sectors are reporting price deflation.’
  • 84) ‘Ensuring that this reliability is attained requires that the mechanicals and electricals of a potential storage enclosure candidate be examined and evaluated.’
  • 85) ‘Despite the slump in the general UK retail trend, the home shopping division, which has diversified into electricals, furniture and clothing, showed an upturn in sales.’
  • 86) ‘The store took an active promotional stance in electricals and toys over the festive period and like-for-like sales are expected to be 4% to 5% ahead.’
  • 87) ‘I rang the home electricals department last week to ask what the biggest, fattest, most ostentatious coffee machine they had was.’
  • 88) ‘Just when we were about to despair, a friendly man in the tea shop told us of a little electricals stall in the covered market which might just have what we were looking for.’
  • 89) ‘Three business groups were formed to look after the motors/controllers, body panel and electricals, and market research was done in 26 states to estimate the potential.’
  • 90) ‘‘Despite a very competitive environment in electricals, it seems that sales volumes in the market have been reasonably good,’ Charnock said.’
  • 91) ‘The shop is still standing empty around ten years after the electricals firm moved on because the company is still tied into a lease agreement that has another seven years to run.’
  • 92) ‘Fortunately Graham, already well versed and experienced in plumbing and electricals, is intent on becoming expert on network installation and maintenance, so we don't need to think about paying a guy to do the job for us.’
  • 93) ‘More than 200m has been knocked off sales as a result: mostly DVDs, CDs and electricals and there's little doubt this is a loophole that's going to be closed soon.’
  • 94) ‘The slowing housing market has been blamed in part for the national consumer caution, particularly with big-ticket items, such as white electricals and furniture.’
  • 95) ‘Graham turned his attention to electricals today, fitting glittery new down-lighters in the hall, on the landing, and in the bathrooms.’
  • 96) ‘It is a wonderful place - a fully functioning slice of home life parked slap in the middle of small electricals.’
  • 97) ‘On Tuesday, the company is due to release further details regarding the demerger of its electricals division.’
  • 98) ‘"Consumer electricals was always going to be a tough place to be into the teeth of a consumer slowdown," an analyst said in a note.’
  • 99) ‘electricals were down more than 4 percent.’
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