[ih-lek-tris-i-tee, ee-lek-] /ɪ lɛkˈtrɪs ɪ ti, ˌi lɛk-/
the science dealing with and currents.
a state or feeling of excitement, anticipation, tension, etc.
any phenomenon associated with stationary or moving electrons, ions, or other charged particles
the science concerned with electricity
an electric current or charge: a motor powered by electricity
emotional tension or excitement, esp between or among people
1640s (Browne), from electric + -ity. Originally in reference to friction.
A flow of electrical charges, such as electrons, through a conductor.
noun 1. an incandescent lamp. 2. the light produced by such a lamp.
noun 1. (def 4). noun 1. a device that converts electrical energy to mechanical torque
noun, Surgery. 1. . noun 1. a surgical instrument for cutting tissue by the application of a high-frequency current
noun 1. (in certain fishes) an organ composed of electroplaques. noun 1. (music) 2. (zoology) a small group of modified muscle cells on the body of certain fishes, such as the electric eel, that gives an electric shock to any animal touching them