Translation of electrical in Spanish:

electrical

Pronunciation: /ɪˈlektrɪkəl/

adjective/adjetivo

  • eléctrico electrical failure falla (feminine) eléctrica or (Spain/España) fallo (masculine) eléctrico electrical wiring instalación (feminine) eléctrica
    More example sentences
    • Since when did the average boat owner need a generator to operate the boat's electrical system?
    • Many of them were young boys whose wire strings hit electrical power lines, causing short circuits.
    • The instrument operates from a standard electrical outlet and requires no calibration.

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