electrification

[ US /ɪˌɫɛktɹəfɪˈkeɪʃən/ ]
[ UK /ɪlˌɛktɹɪfɪkˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the activity of thrilling or markedly exciting some person or group
  2. the act of providing electricity
    the electrification of rural Tennessee
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How To Use electrification In A Sentence

  • Yes, GM has made an important (and necessary) step in the long-term electrification of the automobile. The Truth About Cars
  • Press called the electrification of cars a "core strategic advantage" and said the battle is about getting the technology affordable enough for people to be able to use it. Freep.com - RSS
  • For example, children are lectured on electrification, automotive mechanics, typing, using a sewing machine, and bottle-feeding their babies.
  • Watch them smile to themselves as they refute objections and expound implications of Stalin's monetary policy on rural electrification in Omsk. If there are two of them in the car, you just might do a Gemini and climb out the window to pull off a carjacking. Archive 2007-11-01
  • But delays to the electrification programme may mean some areas have to live with diesel trains for much longer than expected. Times, Sunday Times
  • Leaf electroscopes are very sensitive instruments useful in qualitative and quantitative investigations of static electrification.
  • After electrification, it will readily stick to a wall or a ceiling.
  • The following week the chief executives of all the big banks said that they supported electrification in a public rebuke of the BBA. Times, Sunday Times
  • Edison still ate breakfast the day he mastered electrification.
  • The following week the chief executives of all the big banks said that they supported electrification in a public rebuke of the BBA. Times, Sunday Times
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