power cable

noun Electricity.
cable for conducting electric power.

Origin:
1900–05

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Example sentences
The modem wire was rolled up in a coil, the power cable unplugged, and the
  printer attached to the wrong port.
Often before a power cable goes, it gives off a few subtle signs of distress.
For the last few years, for some reason when the power to the set went out, the
  power cable would quit working.
The two power cable conductors had been severed next to a splice, and both of
  the bare power conductors were exposed.
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