electricity
  • US /ɪlɛkˈtrɪsɪti,ˌilɛk-/
  • UK /ɪˌlekˈtrɪsəti/
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解釋
  • n. 電;電流;
例句
  • The electricity comes into the house here

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  1. words like 'acid', 'gravity', 'electricity' and 'pendulum' had to

    所以他們得發明一些像是「酸」、「引力」和「鐘擺」的新字
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  1. The greatest invention of all time, without electricity the world would stop turning. Electricity can simply be described as electrons running through an element that leads electricity, such as a copper wire, a transistor, a resistor or a capacitor. Electricity can be "stored" in so called batteries or capacitors. Without electricity we wouldnt have TV, cars, electric toothbrushes (duuh?), computers nor electric chairs (thanks John Fru)... And that would suck, wouldn't it?
    I turned on my electric lamp, sat down on the couch, turned on the TV with my electric remote control, and electrecuted my friends with the stun gun (needs electricity) so I could watch my stories!
  2. a form of energy that is shaped by its vessel, lies dormant or active in anything that requires energy
    ie: electric current in a wire/ electromagnetic field given off by a battery/ bioelectricity found in most living things/ potential energy when its container is not using energy etc.