electro-motion definition

  • noun:
    • The movement of electrical energy or its passage from one metal to another in a voltaic circuit.
    • Mechanical activity from means of electrical energy.
    • The movement of electricity or its passageway from steel to some other in a voltaic circuit; technical activity generated by ways electricity.
    • current of electricity, or even the passage through of it from metal to another, in a voltaic circuit.
    • Mechanical movement produced by way of electrical energy.
    • The motion of electrical energy or its passageway from one metal to another in a voltaic circuit.
    • Mechanical activity produced by way of electrical energy.
    • The movement of electricity or its passageway from 1 metal to a different in a voltaic circuit; technical action created by method of electricity.
    • The current of electricity, or the passage of it from one steel to a different, in a voltaic circuit.
    • technical motion from way of electrical energy.
    • The motion of electrical energy or its passageway from a single steel to some other in a voltaic circuit.
    • technical action produced by ways electricity.
    • The motion of electrical energy or its passage from 1 metal to another in a voltaic circuit; technical action from method of electrical energy.
    • the present of electrical energy, or perhaps the passage of it in one material to a different, in a voltaic circuit.
    • technical motion made by means of electrical energy.
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