Definition of high voltage in English:

high voltage

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An electrical potential large enough to cause injury or damage.
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  • She then charged her palm with electricity and fired a high-voltage blast of energy towards the stricken war machines.
  • Plus, the Lifters are tethered to their power supplies by a thin wire that provides the necessary high-voltage electricity.
  • A fault on a high-voltage network cut electricity to the town centre for nearly five hours.

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