- [U]电,电流 form of energy occurring in certain particles (electrons and protons) and hence in larger bodies, since they contain these; supply of such energy in the form of electric current for lights, heating, driving machines
- [U]热情,紧张情绪 a feeling of great excitement, especially one that spreads through a group of people
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"
keen and shared excitement;
"the stage crackled with electricity whenever she was on it"
- The electricity failure paralyzed the water supply.
- The interruption of electricity made us unable to do anything.
- While I was cooking supper the electricity went off.
- Both students have made quite a few experiments on electricity.
- The hot gas is used to produce steam which will drive electricity generators.
- Heronomus contends that electricity generator making use of ocean heat would be economically competitive with conventional sources.
- At night these streets are brilliant with a pearly radiance of electricity.
- This part of the country is still backward; there are no railways or motor-roads, and no electricity.
- Franklin discovered electricity by flying a kite in a thunderstorm.
- Don't leave the lights on—it wastes electricity.
- When did the village first get electricity?
- You can feel the electricity in the crowd and the band.
- supply of ～ 电力供应
Throughout, electricity took the place of candles and..hearth-fires.出自： S. Lewis