(Latin: from -icalis, a suffix that forms adjectives from nouns; of or having to do with; having the nature of; constituting or being; containing or made up of; made by or caused by; like, characteristic of; art or system of thought; chemical terms)
2. Associated with a church; especially, a Christian Church.
3. Appropriate to a church or to use in a church: "ecclesiastical architecture"; "ecclesiastical robes".
2. Relating to the wise use or beneficial management of natural resources and of the natural environment.
2. A reference to false pride or having an exaggerated sense of self-importance.
2. Using, providing, producing, transmitting, or operated by electricity.
3. Related to or associated with electricity, but not containing it or having its properties or characteristics.
Examples include electrical engineer, electrical handbook, and electrical rating.4. Of or relating to the science or technology of electricity.
The term electrical is used in a general sense, often to refer to the use of electricity as a whole as opposed to other forms of energy; for example, electrical engineering or an electrical appliance.
2. A reference to an electrical activity in the body; for example, that of the heart or brain.
2. The study or science of practical and industrial applications of electricity.