[ US /ɪɫɛkˈtɹɪʃən/ ]
[ UK /ɪlɪktɹˈɪʃən/ ]
  1. a person who installs or repairs electrical or telephone lines
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How To Use electrician In A Sentence

  • Pat came from a working-class Catholic family in Denver, where her father had worked as an electrician.
  • Then he swotted and got his limited electrician's licence.
  • An emergency squad of 600 plumbers and electricians has been drafted in to repair the shambles. The Sun
  • If in any doubt, consult an electrician. Always use a circuit breaker for added safety.
  • This is why plumbers, electricians, carpenters and roofers might also consider setting up similar enterprises.
  • Plumbers and electricians working on construction sites in Queensland will strike for two weeks starting February 26.
  • Both my basement and kitchen were recently renovated, with the electrical work done by electricians.
  • The night before the opening, we left assured that a private electrician would be hired to connect it up.
  • The electricians had contrived a catchment pool and a wheel in the torrent close at hand -- for the little Mulhausen dynamo with its turbinal volute used by the telegraphists was quite adaptable to water driving, and on the sixth day in the evening the apparatus was in working order and the Prince was calling -- weakly, indeed, but calling -- to his air-fleet across the empty spaces of the world. The War in the Air
  • They include fitters, shipwrights and electricians.
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