In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Electricitygenerador masculinegrupo electrógeno masculine
- One eyewitness said the group looked like they were planting vegetables, were practising recycling and doing crafts and had their own electricity generators.
- If you plan to power a few lights, your refrigerator and a furnace, a less expensive portable generator may provide enough power.
- Connect that flywheel to an electric generator and electricity will flow until the wheel grinds to a halt.
- He used native timber from the forest, then installed solar-heated rainwater tanks, a picture window and a petrol powered generator.
- One such project involved the conversion of a headrace and mill site for the installation of a turbine and electricity generator to supply domestic energy needs.
- He sells the electricity from his methane-fired generator to his utility for 7.25 cents per kilowatt hour.
- The answer depends on what, exactly, you intend to power with the generator.
- Instead there was a large demand for utilities (electricity generators and water tanks) and fishing boats within the devastated community.
- The better ones have diesel generators for electricity, and people walk the streets.
- The report looks at ways of halving lighting bills, slashing energy costs on new and refurbished buildings, and installing heat-producing electricity generators.
- The energy is used to run two electricity generators.
- Yesterday, he announced an £8.5m grant to help construct two vessels to carry massive loads such as electricity generators and transformers.
- The rotor turns an attached generator, creating electricity with a simple elegance, carving energy from the sky.
- The station is using a generator to provide electricity.
- Wind power is generated using turbines and an electrical generator.
- We're using a generator to power our equipment.
- In 1918 he patented a generator which converted mechanical energy into high frequency electric currents which could be used for wireless telegraphy.
- We have no air-conditioning, very few fans, no buildings to live in and no running water or electricity aside from the generators that we can keep running.
- There is no running water and no electrical power except from oil-powered generators.
- He said power had been turned off on both sides of the station and staff were waiting for two mobile generators to get the electricity back on.
2US(of bicycle, car)dínamo masculine Latin Americadinamo masculine Latin Americadinamo feminine Spaindínamo feminine Spain
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