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{i} elektrik

Elektrik çok faydalıdır. - Electricity is very useful.

Nükleer enerji elektrik üretmek için kullanılır. - Nuclear power is used to generate electricity.

(Kimya) kıvıllık
(Elektrik, Elektronik) elektriklilik
{i} elektrik akımı
elektrik bahsi
elektrik bilimi static electricity statik elektrik
electricity distribution
elektrik dağıtımı
electricity market
elektrik piyasası
electricity market law
elektrik piyasası kanunu
electricity production
(Kanun) elektrik enerjisi üretimi
electricity saving
elektrik tasarrufu
electricity sector
elektrik sektörü
electricity generator
çıngı üreteci
electricity network
çıngı şebekesi
electricity circuit
Elektrik devresi
electricity consumption
elektrik harcama
electricity shortage
Elektrik açığı
electricity accumulation
elektrik birikmesi
electricity cut
elektrik kesilmek
electricity cut off
elektrik kesilmek
electricity cut out
elektrik kesilmek
electricity from cogeneration
ortak üretim elektriği
electricity generator
(Elektrik, Elektronik) elektrik üreteci
electricity of precipitation
(Meteoroloji) yağış elektrikselliği
electricity production amount
elektrik üretim miktarı
electricity transmission line
(Elektrik, Elektronik) enerji nakil hattı
produce electricity
elektrik üretmek
provide electricity
elektrik vermek
atmospheric electricity
atmosfer elektriği
by electricity
current electricity
elektrik akımı
dynamic electricity
dinamik elektrik
frictional electricity
sürtünmeyle yüklenen elektrik
frictional electricity
sürtünme elektriği
negative electricity
negatif çıngı
organic electricity
bedenlik çıngı
positive electricity
pozitif çıngı
quantity of electricity
çıngı miktarı
static electricity
statik çıngı
static electricity
statik elektrik
generate electricity
elektrik üretiminde
mains electricity
Şebeke elektrik
negative electricity
negatif elektrik, ekşi elektrik
positive electricity
pozitif elektrik
quantity of electricity
elektrik miktarı
back up electricity
yedek elektrik
cut off the electricity
elektriği kesmek
giving electricity
(Politika, Siyaset) elektrik verme
illegal electricity
kaçak elektrik
illegal electricity usage
kaçak elektrik kullanımı
illegal electricity usage
kaçak elektrik kullanma
illegal use of electricity
kaçak elektrik kullanımı
leakage of electricity
elektrik kaçağı
shocked by electricity
cereyan çarpmak
top up electricity
ilave elektrik
vitreous electricity
pozitif elektrik
vitreous electricity
cam elektriği
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A class of physical phenomena, related to flows and interactions of electric charge
A form of secondary energy, caused by the behavior of electrons and protons, properly called "electrical energy"

Householders could one day be producing as much electricity as all the country's nuclear power stations combined, thanks to the revolutionary application of a device developed in the early 19th century.

A field of physical science and technology, concerned with the phenomena of electric charge

Opening night for the new production had an electricity unlike other openings.

A form of energy usually carried by wires or produced by batteries used to power machines and computing, communications, lighting, and heating devices
A fundamental attractive property of matter, appearing in negative and positive kinds

Again, The concretion of Ice will not endure a dry attrition without liquation; for if it be rubbed long with a cloth, it melteth. But Crystal will calefie unto electricity; that is, a power to attract strawes and light bodies, and convert the needle freely placed.

The flow of charge carriers within a conductor, properly called "electric current"
The charge carriers within a conductor, properly called "electric charge"

We may express all these results in a concise and consistent manner by describing an electrified body as charged with a certain quantity of electricity, which we may denote by e.

{n} a particular kind of attraction and repulsion, or the cause of it
A basic phenomenon in nature which involves the movement of electrons in a medium This movement of electrons or electric current is considered a source of power Electromotive Force (EMF) Difference in electrical potential measured in volts Encapsulant A compound, typically epoxy or silicone elastomer used to envelop and seal components in an electronic circuit
Electricity is a form of energy that can be carried by wires and is used for heating and lighting, and to provide power for machines. The electricity had been cut off. Phenomenon associated with stationary or moving electric charges. The word comes from the Greek elektron ("amber"); the Greeks discovered that amber rubbed with fur attracted light objects such as feathers. Such effects due to stationary charges, or static electricity, were the first electrical phenomena to be studied. Not until the early 19th century were static electricity and electric current shown to be aspects of the same phenomenon. The discovery of the electron, which carries a charge designated as negative, showed that the various manifestations of electricity are the result of the accumulation or motion of numbers of electrons. The invention of the incandescent lightbulb (1879) and the construction of the first central power station (1881) by Thomas Alva Edison led to the rapid introduction of electric power into factories and homes. See also James Clerk Maxwell
a general term that refers to both naturally-occurring electrical phenomena, such as lightning and static electricity, and to generated electricity, which takes the form of direct current or alternating current electric power
A fundamental property of matter, appearing in negative and positive kinds
This is an example of kinetic energy This is the motion of electrons at very fast speeds (near the speed of light)
a form of energy produced by the flow or accumulation (mass) of electrons
A form of energy, caused by the behavior of electrons and protons, properly called "electrical energy"
The science associated with the flow of electrons
Form of energy with magnetic, radiant and chemical effects Electric current is created by a flow of charged particles (electrons)
Property of fundamental particles of matter that have a force field associated with them to gain or lose electrons
The science which unfolds the phenomena and laws of electricity; electrical science
keen and shared excitement; "the stage crackled with electricity whenever she was on it"
Laws relating to the generation and distribution of electricity
It is generally brought into action by any disturbance of molecular equilibrium, whether from a chemical, physical, or mechanical, cause
{i} type of energy which results from the existence of charged particles (used to produce light, heat, etc.)
Energy converted from natural resources or fuels and produced in a power plant Electricity occurs in nature as lightning or static/friction
1) The common term used for electric power and for electric energy (power designates the total electricity delivered and energy designates what is delivered over time) 2) A flow of electrons along a conductor from an area of high electric potential to an area of low potential and/or a waveform component of the electromagnetic spectrum
a fundamental phenomenon in nature seen in the attractions and repulsions of oppositely charged objects and utilized as a source of energy ion the form of a current
The flow of electrons
Colloquially, electric charge and currents, viewed as a "fluid" which may be attached to matter or flow through it The word came from "elektron," the Greek name of amber, one of the materials which when dry and lightly rubbed can attract small objects (by "static electricity") The Greeks and Romans already knew about such attractions, but William Gilbert, who studied them, called such materials "electricks," and from that came the modern term
ELECTRICITY is electric current used as a source of power
-The flow of electrons through a conducting medium
1 The behavior of negative and positive charges (electrons and protons) due to their attraction and repulsion 2 The flow of electrons; electric current See Electrical (electromagnetic) energy, Electric current
The flow of electrons in or on a conductor, or through a gas or space, as in a vacuum tube
a physical phenomenon associated with stationary or moving electrons and protons
A general term that describes the presence of a voltage or a current
A power in nature, a manifestation of energy, exhibiting itself when in disturbed equilibrium or in activity by a circuit movement, the fact of direction in which involves polarity, or opposition of properties in opposite directions; also, by attraction for many substances, by a law involving attraction between surfaces of unlike polarity, and repulsion between those of like; by exhibiting accumulated polar tension when the circuit is broken; and by producing heat, light, concussion, and often chemical changes when the circuit passes between the poles or through any imperfectly conducting substance or space
energy made available by the flow of electric charge through a conductor; "they built a car that runs on electricity"
A spell descriptor denoting spells that inflict electricity damage
For the period prior to 1 October 1996, electrical energy, as measured in kWh, purchased directly from ECNZ or any other person For the period from1 October 1996 onwards, this means electrical energy purchased and sold by the Clearing Manager and measured in kWh
keen and shared excitement; "the stage crackled with electricity whenever she was on it" a physical phenomenon associated with stationary or moving electrons and protons energy made available by the flow of electric charge through a conductor; "they built a car that runs on electricity
apart from being the name of the subject, electricity does not have a well-defined technical meaning How, then, should we translate common usages of the term? To 'generate electricity' usually means to create emf, but when you 'buy electricity' you pay for energy Some people say that electricity means charge, but if you mean charge, it's probably better to say charge
A form of energy produced by the flow of particles of matter and consists of commonly attractive positively (protons [+]) and negatively (electrons [-]) charged atomic particles A stream of electrons, or an electric current
a physical phenomenon associated with stationary or moving electrons and protons energy made available by the flow of electric charge through a conductor; "they built a car that runs on electricity
A form of energy generated by friction, induction, or chemical change that is caused by the presence and motion of elementary charged particles of which matter consists
a form of energy that comes from the movement of the positive and negative charges that are in everything
Electrifying energy or characteristic
Electric current used or regarded as a source of power
electricity meter
A device that measures the consumption of electricity, normally in terms of watt-hours
electricity meters
plural form of electricity meter

Who do you think I should call, Nigel? The leccy company to come and mend the fuses?.

grid electricity
Electric energy delivered to a consumer from the public electricity network
static electricity
an electric charge that has built up on an insulated body, often due to friction
static electricity
the electric discharge from such a body
static electricity
mains electricity
The term mains usually refers to the general purpose alternating current (AC) electrical power supply (as in “I've connected the appliance to the mains”). The term is not usually used in the United States and Canada; instead they use 'mains power'
To electricity
atmospheric electricity
electrical discharges in the atmosphere
dynamic electricity
a flow of electric charge
negative electricity
negative charge, type of charge carried by an electron
positive electricity
particle in the nucleus of an atom which has a positive electrical charge
static electricity
electricity that is not flowing in a current, but collects on the surface of an object and gives you a small electric shock
static electricity
electricity which is created in a body that is not in motion; electrical charge that is created by factors such as dryness in the air
static electricity
electricity produced by friction

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    /əˌlekˈtrəsətē/ /ɪˌlɛkˈtrɪsətiː/


    [ i-"lek-'tri-s&-tE, E-", -' ] (noun.) 1646. From New Latin ēlectricus (“of amber”), from Ancient Greek ἤλεκτρον (elektron, “amber”), related to ἠλέκτωρ (elektor, “shining sun”)


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