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Translation of "electric" - English-Turkish dictionary

electric

adjective
 
 
/ɪˈlektrɪk/
EQUIPMENT A2 Electric lights, tools, etc work using electricity.
elektrikli
an electric light/heaterElectricity and electronics
SUPPLY B1 supplying electricity
elektrik/enerji veren
an electric socket electric currentElectricity and electronics
EXCITING full of excitement and emotion
heyecan ve duygu yüklü/dolu
The atmosphere backstage was electric.Exciting and interesting
Translations of “electric”
in Korean 전기의…
in Arabic كَهْرَبائي…
in Portuguese elétrico…
in Catalan elèctric…
in Japanese 電気の…
in Italian elettrico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 電力, 用電的, 電動的…
in Russian электрический, возбужденный, наэлектризованный…
in Chinese (Simplified) 电力, 用电的, 电动的…
in Polish elektryczny, pełen podniecenia…
(Definition of electric from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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