electrify : Definition, Usages, News and More

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electrify

i lek truh fahy

  • v  excite suddenly and intensely
  • v  charge (a conductor) with electricity
  • v  equip for use with electricity
    electrify an appliance

  • The former Bush Secretary of State crosses party lines to endorse Obama, calling him "a transformational figure" who could "not only electrify our country but electrify our world.
  • In his choice of running mate, Kerry made the gamble that a fresh face would electrify the campaign.
  • Now the city of Los Angeles and a California power company have proposed a radical solution to the problem of powering electric cars: electrify the roads.
News & Articles

  • Nissan set to unveil 2014 Le Mans car
    LE MANS, France, Wednesday, June 19, 2013: Nissan is set enlist the help of sports car racing fans to unveil its new car which will "electrify" the Le Mans 24 Hour in 2014. The new car will be unveiled this Friday, June 21 at 10:30am in the Le Mans Village. With fans getting the chance to enter the innovative Nissan PlayStation GT Academy competition on site at Le Mans next ... Keep reading
    June 19, 2013 - Motorsport.com
Quotes

  • Colin Powell in FOXNews
    We have got to stop polarizing ourselves in this way,Powell said, aligning himself with a candidate he believes will "electrify our country" and "electrify the world."
  • Lamar Alexander in Nashville Post (subscription)
    This announcement puts Nissan and Tennessee at the center of building electric cars in America,said US Sen. Lamar Alexander. "We can electrify half our cars and trucks if we plug them in at night, without building one new power plant...

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