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blow2 to move or force along by means of an air current. [1/7 definitions]
bulletin an announcement or report of the latest events or things of current interest. [1/2 definitions]
cable a bundle of insulated wires used to carry electric current. [1/5 definitions]
charge the amount of electricity in an object. Charge causes electrical energy to flow in a current. The movement of electrical energy from one point to another is caused by a difference between the charges at the two points. An electrical charge can be positive or negative. [1/12 definitions]
circuit the closed path followed by an electric current. [1/4 definitions]
contemporary of or belonging to the present time; current; modern. [1/3 definitions]
DC1 an abbreviation for direct current. [1/2 definitions]
direct current an electric current that flows in one direction.
disconnect to break the flow of electric current to; separate from the power source. [1/2 definitions]
downstream in the direction that a stream or current is flowing. [1/2 definitions]
draft a current of air in a closed space such as a room, chimney, or stove. [1/8 definitions]
dynamo a machine that produces electric current. [1/2 definitions]
eddy a small current of water, air, fog, or dust that spins against the main current. [1/2 definitions]
electricity electrical current. [1/3 definitions]
electrode a part of an electric or electronic device. An electrode allows electric current to enter or leave a device such as a battery.
electromagnet an iron or steel core with wire wound around it. It becomes magnetic when an electric current is passed through the wire.
filament a fine wire that lights or heats up when electric current is passed through it. [1/2 definitions]
hot (informal) very popular at the current time. [1/6 definitions]
industrial having a very current system of industries. [1/2 definitions]
live2 carrying electric current. [1/4 definitions]
marquee a canopy or a covering like a roof over the entrance to a building. The marquee over a theater shows the title of the current play or film and sometimes the names of the actors.