electric switch

NOUN
  1. control consisting of a mechanical or electrical or electronic device for making or breaking or changing the connections in a circuit
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How To Use electric switch In A Sentence

  • Long and narrow, it looked like a kalsomined cave illumined by a lightning bug in a bottle when he turned the electric switch. The Fighting Shepherdess
  • I looked up from where I sat and saw the main electric switch, connecting the house to the outside lines.
  • The show includes both banal objects, such as electric switches and sockets, as well as hand-formed clay objects, cast in bronze.
  • Signto head is not baffle photoelectricity sensor, adjust the photoelectric switches for induction.
  • In your room, you have three electric switches.
  • My Grandfather, who was a locomotive design engineer with B. & O., salvaged a diesel-electric switcher from the yard in the early 50’s and used the engine and generator combination to heat and power his house from about October to March (in Baltimore), he used his heating system as a radiator for the engine and exhaust (water jacket), no furnace. Think Progress » LEAKED MEMO: Coal Industry Coordinating Propaganda Blitz Attacking Global Warming Science
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