battery


battery
Synonyms and related words:
KP, Leyden jar, accumulator, amateur athlete, archer, army, army group, array, artillery, athlete, atomic battery, ballplayer, baseballer, baseman, bastinado, basting, batch, battalion, batter, battle group, beating, bells, belting, block, blocking back, body, bones, bowman, brigade, buffeting, bunch, bundle, cadre, caning, cannon, cannonry, castanets, catcher, celesta, cell, center, chime, chimes, clappers, clot, clubbing, clump, cluster, coach, coast artillery, cohort, column, combat command, combat team, company, competitor, corporal punishment, corps, cowhiding, crash cymbal, cricketer, cudgeling, cymbals, defensive lineman, detachment, detail, division, drubbing, dry cell, electronic battery, end, field army, field artillery, field train, file, finger cymbals, flagellation, flailing, flak, flogging, flying column, footballer, fuel cell, fustigation, gamelan, games-player, gamester, garrison, glockenspiel, gong, guard, handbells, heavy field artillery, horsewhipping, idiophone, infielder, jock, jumper, kit, kitchen police, lacing, lashing, legion, lineman, lot, lyra, maniple, maraca, marimba, metallophone, offensive lineman, orchestral bells, ordnance, organization, outfield, outfielder, outfit, pack, percussion, percussion instrument, percussions, percussive, phalanx, pistol-whipping, platoon, player, poloist, posse, professional athlete, pugilist, quarterback, racer, rank, rattle, rattlebones, rawhiding, regiment, scourging, section, series, set, siege artillery, siege engine, sizzler, skater, snappers, solar battery, spanking, sport, sportsman, squad, squadron, storage battery, storage cell, strapping, stripes, suit, suite, swingeing, switching, tackle, tactical unit, tailback, tam-tam, task force, thrashing, tintinnabula, tonitruone, toxophilite, train, trench artillery, triangle, troop, trouncing, truncheoning, tubular bells, unit, vibes, vibraphone, wet cell, whipping, wing, wingback, wrestler, xylophone

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  • battery — bat·tery / ba tə rē, trē/ n [Old French batterie beating, from battre to beat, from Latin battuere]: the crime or tort of intentionally or recklessly causing offensive physical contact or bodily harm (as by striking or by administering a poison… …   Law dictionary

  • Battery — may refer to:*Battery (electricity), an array of electrochemical cells for electricity storage, or one such cell **See List of battery types for links to electrical batteries *Battery (crime), contact with another in a manner likely to cause… …   Wikipedia

  • Battery — Bat ter*y, n.; pl. {Batteries}. [F. batterie, fr. battre. See {Batter}, v. t.] 1. The act of battering or beating. [1913 Webster] 2. (Law) The unlawful beating of another. It includes every willful, angry and violent, or negligent touching of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Battery — Single par Metallica extrait de l’album Master of Puppets Sortie 1985 Enregistrement Septembre Décembre 1985 Sweet Silence Studios Copenhague …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Battery 9 — (pronounced, in Afrikaans, as Butteray Nea ge , an industrial music project from Johannesburg, South Africa, is the brainchild of Paul Riekert, who writes, plays and records the music in a mixture of English and Afrikaans. The band name is… …   Wikipedia

  • Battery — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda «Battery» Sencillo de Metallica del álbum Master of Puppets Publicación 1986 Grabado 1985 …   Wikipedia Español

  • battery — [bat′ər ē] n. pl. batteries [Fr batterie < OFr battre: see BATTER1] 1. the act of battering, beating, or pounding 2. machinery used in battering 3. a group of similar things arranged, connected, or used together; set or series; array [a… …   English World dictionary

  • Battery — Исполнитель Metallica …   Википедия

  • battery — UK US /ˈbætəri/ noun [C] ► a device that produces electricity to provide power for cars, radios, etc.: charge/recharge a battery »I need to recharge the batteries for my camera. »a rechargeable battery »a battery powered vehicle ● a battery of… …   Financial and business terms

  • battery — [n1] series of similar things array, batch, body, bunch, bundle, chain, clot, clump, cluster, group, lot, ring, sequence, set, suite; concept 432 Ant. individual battery [n2] physical abuse assault, attack, beating, mayhem, mugging, onslaught,… …   New thesaurus

  • battery — 1530s, action of battering, from M.Fr. batterie, from O.Fr. baterie (12c.) beating, thrashing, assault, from batre beat, from L. battuere beat (see BATTER (Cf. batter) (v.)). Meaning shifted in M.Fr. from bombardment ( heavy blows upon city walls …   Etymology dictionary