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Trydan - Electricity


  • trydan electricity     n.m.

    sample sentence:

    Mae'r llinellau pŵer 'na  'n hyll . Mae hynny 'n f' atgoffa bod rhaid i mi talu 'r bil trydan.

    Those power lines are ugly. That reminds me that I have to pay the electricity bill.

    Image: Trydan

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