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electrify in Electricity topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishelectrifye‧lec‧tri‧fy /ɪˈlektrɪfaɪ/ verb (electrified, electrifying, electrifies) [transitive]  1 EXCITEDif a performance or a speech electrifies people, it makes them feel very interested or excited She would sit at the piano and sing, electrifying us all.2 TTTTPEto change a railway so that it uses electrical power, or to supply a building or area with electricity The west coast main line has been electrified.electrifying adjectiveelectrified adjective electrified fenceselectrification /ɪˌlektrɪfɪˈkeɪʃən/ noun [uncountable]→ See Verb table
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electrifyHe had never witnessed anything so electrifying.It was as if they were electrified.The effect of the seizure was electrifying.The single-track line is not electrified.They would operate northern routes currently being electrified, and replace 1957-built EMUs on Lisboa suburban services.Then he can play like a dream, electrifying Anfield with that direct, no-nonsense running style which strikes fear into defenders.When I did come to know Koestler I found him electrifying but not at all intimidating.Hillside Trains and Bayside Trains each have half the electrified Melbourne suburban services.Standing on stage, Los Lobos electrified the audience.Mackenzie had electrified the Toronto streetcar system.the electrified third rail in the subway