leccy


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leccy

(ˈlɛkɪ)
n
informal Brit electricity
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Seriously, the average leccy meter now goes round so fast you can use it as an extractor fan.
Frank Sinatra is crooning away, tea is being served in the best china, and a Singer sewing machine sits on the sideboard alongside a thrift box for saving for rent, coal and leccy bills.
Moyes said: "When the lights went out I thought we had spent all our money and never paid the leccy bill
Then again, maybe she is a 40-a-day penniless single mum who, once she has finished her warm-down or whatever it is they call it, rushes off to pay the leccy before collecting the nippers from school and cooking them fish fingers and oven chips.
Today there is Liverpool's LECCY, RAM energy in Derby and the Midlands, and White Rose Energy in Leeds.
Today, there is Liverpool's LECCY, RAM energy in Derby and the Midlands, and White Rose Energy in Leeds.
The Leccy - which is a partnership between the council and Robin Hood Energy - will also support people to move over to SMART meters so they can manage their energy use and provide help with managing their bills.
So we plugged the bus into her house and did a collection for her after the gig - she got about PS400 and is probably still paying her leccy bill from that money even now," he laughed.
My MP, Michael Connarty, one of those claiming gas & leccy on expenses for second home.
If you believe in Father Christmas, you may also believe in the statistics that proclaim LED lamps will save PS3 million on the council's annual leccy bill.
Neil's latest offering Le Noise sees him back to his raw, primitive leccy guitar blast-athon self - with just a couple of acoustic numbers among his eight-song studio offering.