Áram

OHWAD-Basic words

 

Áram

 

Meaning:

electricity, power

 

Example sentences:

Tegnap két órán keresztül nem volt áram a lakásban.

Yesterday two hour-on across not was electricity the flat-in.

There wasn’t any electricity for two hours in the flat yesterday.

 

Nem mindenhol természetes, hogy minden házban van áram.

Not everywhere natural, that every house-in exists electricity.

It’s not self-evident everywhere that there is electricity in every house.

 

Related terms:

áramszünet – power cut

áramütés – electric shock

elosztó – distributor, manifold

feszültség – voltage

hosszabbító – extension cord

kábel – cable

konnektor – socket

lámpa – lamp

vezeték – wire

világítás – lighting, illumination

villamosszék – electric chair

villany – light, lamp

villanykapcsoló – light switch

villanyszerelő – electrician

villám – lighning

 

Pronunciation of today’s word:

Áram

 

Pronunciation of the example sentences:

Tegnap két órán keresztül nem volt áram a lakásban.

Yesterday two hour-on across not was electricity the flat-in.

There wasn’t any electricity for two hours in the flat yesterday.

 

Nem mindenhol természetes, hogy minden házban van áram.

Not everywhere natural, that every house-in exists electricity.

It’s not self-evident everywhere that there is electricity in every house.

 

Pronunciation of the related terms:

áramszünet – power cut

 

áramütés – electric shock

 

elosztó – distributor, manifold

 

feszültség – voltage

 

hosszabbító – extension cord

 

kábel – cable

 

konnektor – socket

 

lámpa – lamp

 

vezeték – wire

 

világítás – lighting, illumination

 

villamosszék – electric chair

 

villany – light, lamp

 

villanykapcsoló – light switch

 

villanyszerelő – electrician

 

villám – lightning

 

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