How to Pronounce arc?

Correct pronunciation for the word "arc" is [ˈɑːk], [ˈɑːk], [ˈɑː_k].

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"Arc" in context

An arc is an electrical current that is generated between two points. It is usually created when two electrodes are brought into close contact with each other. Arcs often involve high levels of heat and light. Arcs are used in various tools, machines and processes such as welding, metal smelting and metal-cutting. Arcs are also used in medical and consumer applications such as medical lasers and electric toothbrushes. Arcs can also be used to cut metal and are used in the construction of circuit breakers. Arcs can be initiated by an electric spark, an induction, or by an electrical current passing through the environment.

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