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[ ih-lek-tri-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF more electrical
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Had a bombshell exploded at his feet, the effect could not have been more electrical.

The electrical engineer has to be a very electrical engineer, or he is outstripped by engineers yet more electrical.

Two or more electrical cells, electrically connected so that combination furnishes current as a unit.

Then more and more electrical things were made for people to use and enjoy.

WORD ORIGIN

"relating to electricity, run by electricity," 1746, from electric + -al (1). Earlier (1630s) synonymous with electric. Related: Electrically.

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