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The National Terminology Database for Irish
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Líon torthaí a aimsíodh
Number of matches found
decrease over time and upon usage in the amount of charge that a battery can deliver at the rated voltage, with respect to the original rated capacity declared by the manufacturer
an laghdú le himeacht aimsire agus de bharr úsáide a thagann ar an méid luchtaithe atá ceallra in ann a sheachadadh ag an voltas rátaithe, i dtaca leis an toilleadh rátaithe bunaidh a dhearbhaigh an monaróir
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Business » Enterprise & Development The amount of desire on the part of the buying public for a type of product or service, or for such a product or service from one company.
Gnó » Fiontraíocht & Forbairt Méid na dúile atá ag an bpobal ceannaitheoirí i gcineál earra nó seirbhíse, nó in earra nó seirbhís dá leithéid ó chomhlacht ar leith.
There's a high demand for children's books.
Bíonn éileamh an-mhór ar leabhair do leanaí.
They didn't have the resources to meet demand.
Ní raibh na hacmhainní acu chun freastal ar an éileamh.
Danger – disconnect electrical supply before working on this equipment
Dainséar – dínasc an soláthar leictreachais roimh dhul ag obair ar an trealamh seo
sum of the nameplate ratings of the electrical apparatus installed on the consumer's premises
Mar shampla, le hidreafón de – 160 dB (tagairt 1 V in aghaidh an μPa), bheadh voltas aschuir 10–8 V ann sa réimse sin, agus ní bheadh ach voltas aschuir 10–9 V ann dá mba hidreafón d’íogaireacht – 180 dB a bheadh i gceist.
conversion of electric power — typically surplus electric power generated from renewable energy sources during periods when generation exceeds load — to another form of energy (such as hydrogen, methane or methanol) for storage and reconversion to electric power, to an alternative form of energy (such as gas or synthetic fuel), or to another useful product (such as ammonia or other chemical feedstocks)