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e·lec·tri·fy

 (ĭ-lĕk′trə-fī′)
tr.v. e·lec·tri·fied, e·lec·tri·fy·ing, e·lec·tri·fies
1. To produce electric charge on or in (a conductor).
2.
a. To wire or equip (a building, for example) for the use of electric power.
b. To provide with electric power.
c. Music To amplify (music) by electronic means.
3. To thrill, startle greatly, or shock: a powerful performance that electrified the audience.


e·lec′tri·fi′a·ble adj.
e·lec′tri·fi·ca′tion (-fĭ-kā′shən) n.
e·lec′tri·fi′er n.
e·lec′tri·fy′ing·ly adv.

electrifying

(ɪˈlɛktrɪfaɪɪŋ)
adj
thrilling
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.electrifying - causing a surge of emotion or excitement; "she gave an electrifying performance"; "a thrilling performer to watch"
exciting - creating or arousing excitement; "an exciting account of her trip"
Translations
مُثير للحَماس
felvillanyozó
rafmagnaîur; spennandi
coşturucu

electrifying

[ɪˈlektrɪfaɪɪŋ] ADJ [performance] → electrizante

electrifying

[ɪˈlɛktrɪfaɪɪŋ] adj (= thrilling) → électrisant(e), galvanisant(e)

electrifying

adj (fig)elektrisierend

electrifying

[ɪˈlɛktrɪfaɪɪŋ] adjelettrizzante

electricity

(elekˈtrisəti) noun
a form of energy used to give heat, light, power etc. worked by electricity; Don't waste electricity.
electric (əˈlektrik) adjective
1. of, produced by, or worked by electricity. electric light.
2. full of excitement. The atmosphere in the theatre was electric.
eˈlectrical adjective
related to electricity. electrical engineering; electrical appliances; an electrical fault.
eˈlectrically adverb
Is this machine electrically operated?
ˌelecˈtrician (-ʃən) noun
a person whose job is to make, install, repair etc electrical equipment. The electrician mended the electric fan.
eˈlectrified (-faid) adjective
supplied or charged with electricity. an electrified fence.
eˈlectrify (-fai) verb
1. to convert (a railway etc) to the use of electricity as the moving power.
2. to excite or astonish. The news electrified us.
eˌlectrifiˈcation (-fi) noun
eˈlectrifying adjective
an electrifying speech.
electric chair
a chair used to execute criminals by sending a powerful electric current through them.
References in classic literature ?
Now at the very END of this riot, within four feet of the end of the picture, and full thirty-six feet from the beginning of it, the Hair Trunk bursts with an electrifying suddenness upon the spectator, in all its matchless perfection, and the great master's triumph is sweeping and complete.
Brooke, "going into electrifying your land and that kind of thing, and making a parlor of your cow-house.
There is something electrifying in the atmosphere of the former place.
Veal had an orrery, an electrifying machine, a turning lathe, a theatre (in the wash-house), a chemical apparatus, and what he called a select library of all the works of the best authors of ancient and modern times and languages.
The goal is before them, the road is in the best condition, their spurs are on, the steed is willing, but, at the last moment, for want of some special thing--a clock, a violin, an astronomical telescope, an electrifying machine--they must dismount for ever, unless they receive its equivalent in money from Nicodemus Boffin, Esquire.
As a matter of urgency there needs to be a constructive dialogue involving the DfT and Welsh Government officials, with input from the Welsh Secretary, to thrash out a detailed agreement on the funding electrifying the Valley Lines.
As part of that commitment we have recently announced the formation of a taskforce to identify the next generation of schemes including the possibility of electrifying the route from Warrington to Chester.
THE UK Government has been criticised after it emerged it was spending more on creating a new central London railway station than it is prepared to spend on electrifying the Great Western mainline linking South Wales to the capital.
The UK Government has committed to electrification in South Wales of the Great Western main line to Swansea, as well electrifying the Vale of Glamorgan and Valleys lines AM Mr Jones said: "Plaid Cymru believes that electrifying our rail lines will be extremely important to reviving the Welsh economy.
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It makes economic and environmental sense for a continuous programme so that when the London to Cardiff line is completed, the engineers can get straight on with electrifying the line in the Vale.