Electrical-engineering



noun
1.
the branch of engineering that deals with the practical application of the theory of electricity to the construction of machinery, power supplies, etc.
noun
1.
the branch of engineering concerned with the practical applications of electricity
electrical engineering
The branch of engineering that specializes in the design, construction, and practical uses of electrical systems.

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