Translation of electricity in Spanish:

electricity

electricidad, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɛlɛkˈtrɪsɪti//əˌlɛkˈtrɪsədi//ˌɪlɛkˈtrɪsɪti//ˌiːlɛkˈtrɪsɪti/

noun

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    Physics
    electricidad feminine
    it runs on electricity funciona a electricidad Latin America
    • is the electricity turned off/on? ¿está desconectada/conectada la corriente?
    • electricity supply suministro eléctrico
    • The aim is to show that current processes can produce such narrow on-chip wires able to conduct electricity.
    • The dynamical theory of heat led Thomson to also think of a dynamical theory for electricity and magnetism.
    • Along with petroleum, the most important new source of energy was electricity.
    • Water power from the restored mill turbine will be used to generate electricity, particularly in winter.
    • Nuclear reactors generate electricity by creating heat from a nuclear reaction.
    • Atomic energy then makes this electricity appear on your computer!
    • These should be extended so that all new builds must produce electricity and be totally energy efficient.
    • Such a development may ultimately lead to a much more efficient way to convert the energy from sunlight into electricity.
    • The lines of force of the static condition of electricity are present in all cases of induction.
    • It has a high melting point and is a good conductor of heat and electricity.
    • My thoughts are the result of electrical and chemical activity in my brain and electricity is one form of energy.
    • It doesn't cost us money for any electricity, the energy itself is safe, clean and harmless.
    • Their strategy was for the first round to rely heavily on nuclear electricity and energy efficiency.
    • In particular, I am thinking about our ability to generate energy or electricity.
    • It is completely sustainable if charged with electricity from renewable sources.
    • You pour diesel in it and the thermal energy gets converted to electricity.
    • No progress was made towards harnessing steam, let alone gas or electricity, as energy sources.
    • According to the council, it's a myth that solar panels generate electricity by storing direct heat from the sun.
    • Unlike most metals, they conduct electricity without losing any energy as heat.
    • He also admitted a further charge of abstracting electricity under the Theft Act.
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    (emotional excitement)
    electricidad feminine
    • The electricity between these two were just buzzing with excitement and with dangerous passion.
    • The electricity between Mattie and Jane's husband Mike has arced repeatedly over the years.
    • But is there some electricity between him and Lauren?
    • As the sizzling days of summer approach, a charge of electricity fills the air of the gym.