In Thailand, one community garden is irrigated by an old bike hooked up to a generator run by patients with diabetes.
He left his pistol today in his tiny cabin, where he gets his electricity from solar panels and a generator.
“Sometimes it takes 30 minutes, sometimes five minutes, for the generator to restart and the power to come back on,” he told me.
Therefore, it's probably safe to say that the generator business contributes a substantial chunk of change to the economy.
If typing with gloves on and worrying about gas for the generator are my worst worries, I'm a pretty lucky camper.
The generator was smoking, and the room reeked with the stench of shorted wires.
Solinski won't know we have a generator until we turn on the power.
More serious troubles will generally prevent the generator from building up at all.
It is often difficult to determine what charging current should be delivered by the generator.
They may separate completely or remain attached to their generator.
1640s, "person or thing that generates," from Latin generator "a begetter, producer," agent noun from past participle stem of generare (see generation). Meaning "machine that generates power" first recorded 1794; in sense of "machine that generates electric energy," 1879. Fem. generatrix attested from 1650s.
generator gen·er·a·tor (jěn'ə-rā'tər)
One that generates, especially a machine that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy.