1. a rechargeable battery with a nickel cathode and a cadmium anode; often used in emergency systems because of its low discharge rate when not in use
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How To Use nicad In A Sentence

  • He did not know that he was effectively incommunicado, having been allowed a visit from his daughter. THE SCAR
  • The unit is powered by a snap-on battery pack containing either a Litium battery or a Nicad rechargeable battery.
  • When you recharge a NiCad battery before it is completely drained, the longevity of the battery is compromised.
  • Now this only leaves the mysterious problem of the advice that comes with nearly every NiCad driven appliance.
  • Held incommunicado at the navy brig in Charleston, he cannot say; and the public, having no constitutional oversight over the extraterritorial prison in Cuba, does not know.
  • My wife says I have been known to spend hours completely incommunicado; and I admit I do get tetchy if I'm disturbed.
  • The military is detaining people incommunicado, which is illegal, and so it is effectively disappearing people," said Heba Morayef of NYT > Home Page
  • His secretary says he will be incommunicado for the rest of the day.
  • It seems rather suspicious that he's gone incommunicado.
  • He was held incommunicado in prison for ten days before being released without charge.
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