electric fan

NOUN
  1. a fan run by an electric motor
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How To Use electric fan In A Sentence

  • Scattered around in interlinked systems are kettles, irons, a hot plate, mixers, electric fans, hairdryers and other household appliances.
  • 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.
  • He cools himself in front of an electric fan.
  • There was a row of frosted glass windows down one side, each fitted with an electric fan.
  • When we arrived we asked to cool off in front of an electric fan. No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer's Tale
  • Many ideas, like one from the guy who wanted to use an electric fan to blow against a windmill and generate power, are well intentioned but downright silly.
  • When we arrived we asked to cool off in front of an electric fan. No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer's Tale
  • If an electric fan is not feasible, try to fan the seedling with a piece of stiff paper or cardboard a couple of times a day.
  • He cools himself in front of an electric fan.
  • Being an electrical engineer. I improved our assemble line of the electric fans.
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