Electrocute vs Electricshock - What's the difference?
To cause death from immediate complications resulting from electric shock.
(informal) To inflict a severe electric shock, not necessarily fatally.
- He was electrocuted for his crimes.
Formally, the words electrocute'' and ''electrocution'' always imply fatality. Informally, however, these terms are rather often used to refer to serious but nonfatal electric shocks. Strictly correct usage is to reserve ''electrocute'' and ''electrocution'' for fatal electric shocks, and to use ''shock'' or ''electric shock for nonfatal ones.
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