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Could you, please, tell me, which adjective is better for the phrases below?
- electric supply or electrical supply;
- electric power or electrical power;
- electric conductor/insulator or electrical conductor/insulator;
- electric appliance or electrical appliance.
For each of them I'd choose 'electrical'.
Thank you in advance!
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Both seem correct to me on the first glance, but these two words two words have a large semantic overlap.
Electric refers to anything that runs on electricity i.e. An electric kettle
Electrical refers to something related to electricity i.e. electrical faults, electrical component.