leccy


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leccy

(ˈlɛkɪ)
n
informal Brit electricity
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But such ravenous leccy demands are a necessity of a laptop that delivers the performance of a full desktop PC.
The Pools man called on Friday nights, we'd candles for the leccy strikes.
So happy - until I get the leccy bill." Sam says: "Is that a space rocket that's landed in Paddy's garden?
So happy - until I get the leccy bill." Sam said: "Is that a space rocket that's landed in Paddy's garden?
The funding is coming from the Mayor's Hope Fund and the Leccy, the city council's not-for-profit gas and electricity company.
They were being paid to seduce her to sign up, to leave one ludicrously expensive supplier for another, with the vague promise of saving some money on her gas and leccy.
Today, there is Liverpool's LECCY, RAM energy in Derby and the Midlands, and White Rose Energy in Leeds.
Contrary to the babyish advertisements, 'Gaz and Leccy' aren't "out of control" at all, they can be easily controlled by use of the down knob and off switch respectively.
"The suggestion this heinous crime was committed in order to pay an PS80 'leccy' bill is ludicrous," he said.