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electricity noun

ADJ. high-voltage, low-voltage | mains | static | off-peak We run the washing machine at night because off-peak electricity is much cheaper.

VERB + ELECTRICITY generate, produce | provide, supply The hydroelectric plant provides electricity for half the island's population. | conduct Metals conduct electricity well. | be powered by, use | cut off, disconnect Her electricity was cut off when she didn't pay her bill. | save I switched the light off to save electricity.

ELECTRICITY + VERB flow Electricity flows through the wires in the circuit.

ELECTRICITY + NOUN bill Insulating your house could cut your electricity bill by half. | charges, costs, prices a 10% drop in electricity prices | meter | board, company, industry | supply | grid The village will soon be connected to the national electricity grid. | consumption, demand | generator | pylon | cable, line, wire