electrically electrically  /ɪ ˈlɛk trɪ kə li/


  • (adv) by electricity


  1. In fact, cosmologically speaking, only in a few exceptional places does matter settle down and become electrically neutral.
  2. Because it can be either electrically conducting or nonconducting, depending on the impurities added to it.
  3. Because Smart Rope is embedded with electrically conductive metal fibers, it can sense the amount of weight it is bearing and alert users to a load that is too great.


  1. 3 people electrically shocked at Bellaire festival

    Two women and an 8-year-old boy were electrically shocked Saturday night after a line fell off a ride at a festival in Bellaire. Belmont County dispatchers said an emergency squad from Neffs Fire Department was called in to the All-American Days festival about 8 p.m. after reports of a woman suffering from electric shock. NEWS9 talked to Jaime Falcone, who said she was waiting in line for the ...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: WTOV 9 Steubenville

  2. SORL Auto Parts Wins Best New-Energy Bus Auto Parts Award

    ZHEJIANG, China, June 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- SORL Auto Parts, Inc. (NASDAQ: SORL) ("SORL" or the "Company"), a leading manufacturer and distributor of automotive brake systems as well as other key safety-related auto parts in China, today announced that its electrically driven...
    on June 5, 2013     Source: PR Newswire


  1. Martin Winterkorn, chief executive officer of the Volkswagen group, said in a statement: "Our focus in the future will be directed more strongly at making electrically powered automobiles alongside [those] driven by more efficient combustion...
    on May 28, 2008 By: Martin Winterkorn Source: just-auto.com (subscription)

  2. "Utilities are forced to create and install new, electrically inefficient structures, implement different technologies than those currently used and change their relationships with their customers," the Goldwater petition said.
    on Aug 23, 2008 By: Barry Goldwater Source: Arizona Republic

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