Bedeutung von “electricity” — Learner’s Dictionary

electricity

noun [ U ] us uk /ɪˌlekˈtrɪsəti/
Extra Examples
It was a remote mountain village with no electricity supply.They bought an old house with no electricity or running water.The scanner runs on mains electricity and batteries.Underground cables carry electricity to all parts of the building.Many countries use nuclear fuels to generate electricity.

A2 a type of energy that can produce light and heat, or make machines work:

The electricity has been turned off.
an electricity bill

(Definition von “electricity” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)