♦ electrical

♦ electrical
♦ electrical /ɪˈlɛktrɪkl/
A a.
1 elettrico: electrical unit, unità elettrica; electrical equipment, apparato elettrico; electrical fault, guasto elettrico; electrical output, erogazione di energia elettrica
2 elettrotecnico: electrical engineer, ingegnere elettrotecnico; electrical engineering, elettrotecnica
3 (fig.) elettrizzante
B n. (al pl.)
1 circuiti elettrici
2 azioni di compagnie produttrici di articoli elettrici
electrical appliances, elettrodomestici □ electrical contractor, elettricista (installatore d'impianti) □ electrical heating, riscaldamento elettrico □ electrical outfitter, elettricista □ (autom.) electrical repairs, lavori di elettrauto □ (autom.) electrical repair shop, elettrauto □ electrical system, impianto elettrico □ electrical technology, elettrotecnica □ electrical wiring, impianto elettrico; cablaggio
electrically avv.

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