Of, worked by, charged with, or producing electricity,
Of, worked by, charged with, or producing electricity
an electric stove
an electric current
Having or producing a sudden sense of thrilling excitement
the atmosphere was electric
(of a musical instrument) Amplified through a loudspeaker
electric bass guitar
(of a color) Brilliant and vivid
images shot through with jagged streaks of electric blue
An electric train or other vehicle
using or providing or producing or transmitting or operated by electricity; "electric current"; "electric wiring"; "electrical appliances"; "an electrical storm"
a car that is powered by electricity
(of a situation) exceptionally tense; "an atmosphere electric with suspicion"
affected by emotion as if by electricity; thrilling; "gave an electric reading of the play"; "the new leader had a galvanic effect on morale"
(electricity) a physical phenomenon associated with stationary or moving electrons and protons
(electricity) keen and shared excitement; "the stage crackled with electricity whenever she was on it"
"Electric " is the second single released from the Australian pop group Girlband.
Electric is an album, released in 2002, by country music artist Jack Ingram. The only single released was, "One Thing". It failed to chart.
"Electric" is a song performed by Leila K. The song was released as a single in late 1995 and later included on the 1996 album Manic Panic. The chorus is sung by Jessica Folcker.
"Electric" is the third single to be released by former Steps member Lisa Scott-Lee. The song was released on October 10, 2005, via Concept Records. It was written by famous songwriter Guy Chambers with former a1 member Ben Adams, and produced by Richard Flack.
Electric (fully as Paul Rodgers Electric according to Paul Rodgers official site) is a studio album by Paul Rodgers of Free and Bad Company fame. It was recorded in 1999 at Lartington Hall Studios near Barnard Castle in the North East of England. ...
A railway electrification system supplies electrical energy to railway locomotives and multiple units so that they can operate without having an on-board prime mover. There are several different electrification systems in use throughout the world. ...
(electricity) A form of energy usually carried by wires or produced by batteries used to power machines and computing, communications, lighting, and heating devices; A form of secondary energy, caused by the behavior of electrons and protons, properly called "electrical energy"; A fundamental ...
(Electrical () Formerly licensed for Residential and Commercial installation and repair)
(ELECTRICAL) PEEK™ polymer is the material of choice for a switching jack in a coaxial connector used in mobile telephones
(ELECTRICAL) Standard house current, number of circuits, outlets and fuses or circuit breakers sufficient for everyday needs. Condition of wiring.
(Electrical) 120V-15A duplex (GFCI) receptacle. Nema 5-15R 15.0A breaker.
(Electrical) Energy consumption-kilowatts X hours.
(Electrical) Ohm's Law. Additional equations.
(Electrical) Refers to the availability of electrical power to your booth at a trade show. Be careful not to go over the amount you paid for, as you may blow a fuse and plunge your jewelry into the depths of horrific sodium lighting which makes everything look like poo.
(Electrical) Single 50 amp shore power.
(Electrical) Sometimes used as an excuse for a car's retirement from a race when revealing the real reason would be embarrassing; for instance, if the engine fails in a race being sponsored by the engine's manufacturer. ...
(electrical) (isolant électrique, m.) Non-conducting covering applied to wire or equipment to prevent short circuiting.
(electricity) a property of matter created by the movement of electrons. This "movement" is initiated usually by a generator fueled by any number of energy resources such as coal, uranium, water (hydropower), or directly converted from solar radiation in photovoltaic cells. ...
(Electricity) A form of energy characterized by the presence and motion of elementary charged particles generated by friction, induction, or chemical change.