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utilitynoun

us   /juˈtɪl·ɪ·t̬i/
  • utility noun (USEFULNESS)

[U] ability to satisfy a particular need; usefulness: Its basic utility lies in being able to drive where other vehicles can’t go.
  • utility noun (PUBLIC SERVICE)

[C] a supply of gas, electricity, water, or telephone service to homes and businesses, or a business that supplies such services: a utility bill After I call the movers, I’ll call to have the utilities turned on.
(Definition of utility from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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utilitynoun

uk   /juːˈtɪləti/ us   plural utilities
[C] a service for supplying electricity, gas, etc.: utility bill/company/costs Please enclose a copy of a recent utility bill as proof of address. the rising cost of utilities
[C] a large company that provides a service such as electricity, gas, etc.: We are a natural gas utility serving over a million customers in the Michigan area. With energy consumption rising, many public utilities are struggling to meet peak-time demand.
[C] IT a computer program that is used to do a particular task: The program includes a set of utilities and file recovery tools for advanced users.
[U] how useful something is: The product became popular thanks to its high utility in many different situations.
(Definition of utility from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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