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EtymologyEdit

From New Latin ēlectricus (of amber), from Latin ēlectrum (amber), from Ancient Greek ἤλεκτρον (ḗlektron, amber).

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AdjectiveEdit

elétrico m (feminine singular elétrica, masculine plural elétricos, feminine plural elétricas, not comparable)

  1. electric (pertaining to electricity)
  2. that which works by using electricity
    Antonyms: manual, mecânico

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NounEdit

elétrico m (plural elétricos)

  1. (Portugal) tram (passenger vehicle)
    Synonyms: bonde (Brazil), trólebus

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