Definition of dry cell in English:

dry cell

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An electric cell in which the electrolyte is absorbed in a solid to form a paste, preventing spillage.
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  • Manganese dioxide is used primarily in the manufacture of dry cells.
  • They can run on replaceable dry cells.
  • The only equipment needed was the receiver, powered by dry cells.

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