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    Default What do you say to describe the resuming of electricity after the electricity is off?

    What do you say to describe the resuming of electricity after the electricity is off?
    Can I use "the electricity resumes"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sympathy View Post
    What do you say to describe the resuming of electricity after the electricity is off?
    Can I use "the electricity resumes"
    the power goes out --> the power comes back on

    We don't use "the electricity resumes", S.

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    Default Re: What do you say to describe the resuming of electricity after the electricity is

    For sure "The power's back on" is what I would say.

    If I had to write it more formally, I might go with "Electrical service (or power) has been restored."

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