battery-powered

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From battery +‎ powered

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battery-powered (not comparable)

  1. fitted with a battery or batteries, which provide(s) the power to operate the device.
    • 2019 October 23, Rail, pages 26, 27:
      "These next-generation trams are battery-powered, and designed to operate on new sections of the line between Grand Central and Hagley Road which are free of overhead cables," said West Midlands mayor Andy Street. [...] Catenary-free testing has taken place on the Centenary Square extension; this was the first time battery-powered trams had operated in the UK.

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