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Definition of "electrification" [e•lec•tri•fi•ca•tion]

  • The act of electrifying, or the state of being charged with electricity. (noun)

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Use "electrification" in a sentence
  • "The government had never invested in electrification, schools, or roads near the railway, nor had it provided access to credit so that farmers could buy fertilizer or good seed."
  • "The grades will be reduced to eight-tenths in order to cut down maintenance charges which are very heavy; electrification is another very important matter, and reports on that question have been obtained for the entire line, and complete plans for that have been prepared."
  • "One of many alternatives is through what is commonly called the electrification of the automobile."