Lithuanian English Dictionary

lietuvių kalba - English

elektra in English:

1. electricity electricity


Wires carry electricity.
If it were not for electricity, our civilized life would be impossible.
People take electricity for granted until its supply is cut off.
Electricity made candles of little use in our life.
Not a day passes in which we don't use electricity in our daily lives.
We measured the electricity used during air cooling in the same way as heating, and compared the old model air conditioner to the energy conservation (2001) model.
Harnessing electricity, said the man with the bongos, is a sinful perversion of the earth's resources.
Without electricity we can't live a good life today.
I received an advisory notice about my electricity cutting off this month.
Most of them have electricity, sanitation, baths and showers.
Why do people sometimes have their electricity cut off?
We need electricity in order to make this radio work.
In Japan solar heat is used more for solar water heaters than for electricity generation.
More than iron, more than lead, more than gold I need electricity. I need it more than I need lamb or pork or lettuce or cucumber. I need it for my dreams.