Translation of electric in Spanish:


eléctrico, adj.

Pronunciation /əˈlɛktrɪk/ /ɪˈlɛktrɪk/

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  • 1

    (current/motor/shaver) eléctrico
    (fence) electrificado
    (guitar/piano) eléctrico
    is the heating gas or electric? ¿la calefacción es eléctrica o a gas?
    • electric bill cuenta de la electricidad
    • electric circuit circuito eléctrico
    • electric kettle hervidor (de agua) eléctrico
    • it has electric windows tiene elevalunas eléctrico
    • In fact, each ‘window’ is an array of photovoltaic cells that generate electric current when exposed to the light.
    • The gravitomagnetic field is created by moving masses, much as magnetic fields are created by moving electric charges.
    • We experience movement of charge in the electric current in wires.
    • The boundaries between grains act like barriers to electric charge carriers, impeding the flow of current.
    • These charges include electric traction current and station-leasing charges.
    • The Ministry of Electricity is implementing measures to stabilize the oscillation of electric current in its power lines.
    • The higher the value is the more electric charge can be stored, thereby indicating that a substance is superior as a condenser material.
    • X-ray flares bombard these disks, likely giving them an electric charge.
    • The film measures the compression force, which is seen in the form of the electric charge of opposite surfaces.
    • In yet another room was a small piece consisting of two electric fans with their blades replaced by rods with twists of leaves at the end.
    • Liquid crystals are rod shaped molecules that bend light in response to an electric current; the crystals align so that no light can pass through.
    • Yet for this and any other electronics application, the materials must also be able to carry an electric current.
    • The electric currents passing through the copper tubing in the accelerator produce vast amounts of heat.
    • If the distribution of moving electric charge is not symmetric, the magnetic field will also be unsymmetric.
    • I looked up from where I sat and saw the main electric switch, connecting the house to the outside lines.
    • A first naive picture of an electron - this is not an accurate picture but it's a start - is as a tiny ball with electric charge - which is what flows when a current flows in a wire.
    • We can power the fuel cell using renewable energies to generate hydrogen, and then convert it into electricity to charge the electric car.
    • Wires are placed on the scalp and the arms or legs are stimulated with a mild electric current.
    • These specifications will allow smooth interface between different systems using electric power lines for audio, video and data networking.
    • In this process, acupuncture needles are placed at selected points and then pulsed with an electric current to stimulate the acupuncture points.
    • Becalmed sounds of electric piano, bass, acoustic guitars, and soft trumpet tones appear at a tempo that's so relaxed it's almost asleep.
    • The song's detailed arrangement is fleshed out by electric piano, aquatic guitar lines, and exotic percussion.
    • But it's important to remember that electric guitars and electric pianos were new at the time, and there were new recording techniques.
    • This stripped-down affair featured singer Kelly Jones on acoustic guitar, accompanied by piano, muted electric guitar and electric bass.
    • A standard electric bass guitar covers over three octaves.
  • 2

    (performance/personality) electrizante
    the atmosphere was electric el ambiente era electrizante / estaba cargado de electricidad
    • The excitement was electric on that sunny evening as the students of Gallagher House got their spin in the 18 seater bus.
    • The excitement was almost electric as Claude withdrew a beautiful antique pocket watch from his coat.
    • Mark McColl, at 18, thrilled with electric bursts of pace.
    • Closest to the camera, one young man turns toward another with an electric sense of movement, seemingly oblivious to Lawton's presence.
    • Through the confusion I felt an electric elation, a sense of the force of life moving swiftly along my entire person.
    • As she leaned back he shifted again, maybe only to get more comfortable, but his knee brushed hers and she felt an electric thrill course through her.
    • His hands found my throat and his thumbs stroked it in smooth, tantalizing lines that sent electric thrills through my body.
    • My heart suffered a sudden electric jolt when I realized who had spoken.
    • In the end, however, it's simply the electric thrill of the music itself that makes this release so essential.
    • As the queue grew by the buckets the excitement in the carpark was electric with eager fans ranging from two years all the way up to 70.
    • The excitement at this game was electric as the spectators shouted and screamed for the young players.
    • By now the atmosphere was electric and the screams of excitement from the fans almost deafening.
    • The man who thrilled millions with his devastating body serve, electric change of pace and his supreme skill died last Friday.
    • The air was electric as the sell-out crowd waited in excited anticipation to hear the 64-year-old Spaniard sing favourites from Verdi and Wagner.
    • The atmosphere has been electric and obviously everyone is excited.
    • I'm now under a dense canopy of bush and the air is suddenly electric with the pulsing of cicadas.
    • The air was electric - the older generation bursting with excitement with what was going to happen next, and the younger ones bursting with curiosity abut what that something was.
    • The atmosphere on the ship was electric, and that moment gave me a great sense of pride and humility.
    • The love in the air was electric and both, even the one whose senses had ceased five years ago, could feel it.
    • With their unruly instincts and their tingling, uncharted senses, they have an electric effect.