Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Battery"

The meaning of "Battery" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The batteries take over if we lose power. mean?
A: If there is no electricity, blackout, power cut, then it will keep working by battery power. Batteries are there for back up
Q: What does The battery is swappable. mean?
A: You can change it ,
Replace it by another one
Q: What does battery swapping stations mean?
A: A place where batteries are charged, where you can go to exchange spent batteries for fresh ones.
Q: What does the battery fell out on impact mean?
A: "On impact" is when one thing hits another.
"When the battery fell out on impact" means that the battery got knocked out when it hit something, such as the floor for example.
Q: What does A battery is fully charged at the end of a slow charge when its specific gravity does not climb higher during two checks with a hydrometer, done 1 hour apart. why does "do apart" mean? mean?
A: there should be 1 hour between checking the first time, and checking the second time.

Example sentences using "Battery"

Q: Please show me example sentences with battery.
A: The batteries need to be replaced
Do we have any batteries?
What type of batteries does it need?
Q: Please show me example sentences with battery drain.
A: Battery drain is more of a noun, but there are a lot of variations on that.

My battery's gonna be drained, wait gotta charge up.

You should take care of your phone's battery or else you're gonna drain your battery.

Synonyms of "Battery" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The battery is low and The power is low ?
A: Here "Low power mode" or "power saving mode" is when your phone will minimize the resources it uses to draw less power. Meaning, it will try and use as little power as possible, by stopping background apps and dimming your phone to avoid draining your battery all the way down to 0%.

I would say "My phone automatically enters power saving mode at 20% (battery life)," or "If my phone only has 20% (battery life) left, my phone will enter power saving mode." - We generally leave out the "battery life" part since it is implied that is what we are talking about.
Q: What is the difference between to build batteries and to manufacture batteries and to make batteries ?
A: "Build" has the connotation of taking deliberate and possibly complex steps. "Make" is using for any kind of creation. You build a car, but make a mess. You can also make a car

The term build suggests the assembly of something from parts, whether those parts are wood or steel (boats) or scraps of code (software).

The term manufacture indicates the creation of some tangible thing using a mechanical or chemical process, regardless of the particular technique, but often on a large scale. It could include boats, steel, or processed food (but not simply grown food)
Q: What is the difference between These batteries are meant to last for a year. and These batteries are supposed to last for a year. ?
A: There is no difference, supposed to and meant have the same meaning
Q: What is the difference between I've run out of batteries for the phone and I've run out of a battery for the phone ?
A: neither are correct although the first one is grammatically correct. if you want to say you have no more physical batteries to put in your phone, you say the first one. if you want to say your phone is at 0% battery, it's "I've run out of battery for the phone" (or "on the phone" also works).
Q: What is the difference between 2 same batteries and 2 batteries in the same type ?
A: We wouldn’t say 2 same batteries. 2 batteries of the same type makes more sense. You should use two batteries of the same type in your devices, for example.

Translations of "Battery"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? my battery died, end , finished, completed... and what are other options?
A: We do not say:
My battery is completed.
My battery is ended.

We do say:
My battery died. (This is the best option. We say it all the time.)
My battery is finished.
My battery is gone.
I have no battery left.

Or you can use any other phrase that means “to die”. Such as,
My phone “kicked the bucket”. Which means “my phone died”.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? battery pack or portable chargers
A: A battery pack, a portable charger or a power bank.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? + and − of the battery
A: @mashichi65: + can stand for plus or positive. - stands for minus or negative.

In regards to a battery, + would stand for positive charge and - is negative charge. Hope that helps :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The battery of the phone gets low and it is needed to connect charger. How do you say that? My phone needs to be charged, The battery is off or what to say in this case?
A: I need to charge my phone. The battery is low.
My phone is about to die. I need to charge it.

Other questions about "Battery"

Q: battery motorcycle or electric motorcycle
which one is correct?
A: Electric motorcycle
Q: To let the battery run down to at least 20% (A) I charge it.

1. before
2. after

I think '2’ is correct, but my English text book was written ‘1‘. Which one is correct?
A: and the statement is simply saying that before you charge the phone you wait for it to get below 20%. after would just sound weird. of course your battery fell after charging it. that's what batteries do.
Q: What do you call these little ''bars'' referring to how much battery left a cellphone has available?

Could I say this ''Dude, I have just one bar of battery, so get straight to the point...''?
A: Yes that's fine. We don't have a more specific term
Q: it is battery problem Does this sound natural?
A: @yupiv If you are going to use the term battery issue rephrase to sentence to "There is an issue with the batteries"
Q: I realized that there is no battery in my electric dictionary. So I have to buy some dry cell battery. Does this sound natural?
A: Does your dictionary need multiple batteries to work? Or only one?

...realized there are no batteries in....

...some dry cell batteries.

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