Examples of electrify in a Sentence
Many of the rural areas still aren't electrified.
The news electrified the nation.
Recent Examples of electrify from the Web
Mr. Levin said Mr. Trump’s tumultuous presidency had electrified the political atmosphere.
The state finance department has cleared the way for a $713-million state grant to electrify a commuter rail system in the Bay Area, ending a political battle started earlier this year by California Republicans in the U.S. House.
Some rails are electrified to power the locomotives and other locomotives are battery powered and operated via radio control.
AKRON, Ohio -- Music, dance and theater electrified the lot behind the Exchange House in North Hill this past weekend, as Gum-Dip Theatre produced its first Nepali Applause: An Open Air Market and Performance Festival.
The electronic controls engineer from Franksville, Wisconsin, electrified an ’81 Chevrolet El Camino, a poster child for the darkest days of American automotive design and a car with enough steel to shrug off a collision with a Sherman tank.
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First Known Use of electrify
ELECTRIFY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of electrify for English Language Learners
: to pass electricity through (something)
: to supply (an area, building, etc.) with electric power
: to cause (someone) to feel great excitement
ELECTRIFY Defined for Kids
Definition of electrify for Students
1 : to charge with electricity an electrified fence
2 : to equip for use of or supply with electric power Remote regions are still not electrified.
3 : 1thrill Her performance electrified the audience.
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