- n. UK, slang Electricity.
- Diminutive of electricity. (Wiktionary)
“Static leccy embeds itself down to the component level of the motherboard, builds up & builds up then, one day, one more ‘zap’ and it gets released through the whole system.”
“Its just a step till they introduce 50 / 50 power train .. half the race run on Gas and the second half run on leccy.”
“I miss my flat where they (said jobsworths) had bodged everything so my bills were 37p a quarter for leccy and about 7p for gas.”
“This is a short instrumental, beginning with some haphazard sounds and then a leccy piano on heavy tremolo.”
“Since the reason for rising leccy bills is because we have windmills rather than (1.7p a unit) nuclear power it is disgustingly cynical of the LDs to try to make hay with those who are suffering (& sometimes dying).”
“If the leccy goes off and it is probably going to go off this winter anyway you probably need power to keep the central heating boiler working.”
“Possibly not the woefully inefficient BT, but certainly Gas and 'leccy companies.”
“Saving power is saving yourself money in leccy bills and prevents some unneccessary carbon dioxide from being released.”
“The initial customers will be those who get both their 'leccy and gas from British Gas.”
“Let's be honest, Lenny Murdoch strikes me as a man who knows how to rig the leccy meter.”
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