electrical outlet

NOUN
  1. receptacle providing a place in a wiring system where current can be taken to run electrical devices
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How To Use electrical outlet In A Sentence

  • Way in the back was a fake electrical outlet through which people passed Miguel the money.
  • If be semifinished product room, the electrical outlet that already installed face plate, want to looked to whether decorate obligate for metope.
  • The air conditioning on market a list of things of fish of special electrical outlet is jumbly , quality is uneven.
  • The barbecue area is actually a fully equipped kitchen with sink, refrigerators, and electrical outlets.
  • A plug extended from a port within the panel and was near the electrical outlet in the bathroom.
  • Rob Pegoraro: Most of the walls in my house are also plaster over lathe--it's a real treat to have to cut into that to move an electrical outlet--but I haven't seen that attenuate WiFi that much. Personal Tech Live with Rob Pegoraro
  • Multifunctional tools, such as graders, require an electrical outlet and switches on the loader to control hydraulic diverter valves.
  • a regular electrical outlet
  • I connected an electrical cord to it and ran it into the bedroom to the electrical outlet next to the bed.
  • Today, whether we're at work or home, we don't think twice about plugging our appliances into electrical outlets to instantly receive the power we need.
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