noun, plural vol·te [vohl-tey, vol-; Italian vawl-te]. /ˈvoʊl teɪ, ˈvɒl-; Italian ˈvɔl tɛ/. Music.
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However, 10 Volta’s eels firing together could, in theory, power something like 100 light bulbs, de Santana says.Some electric eels coordinate their attacks to zap prey|Jonathan Lambert|January 25, 2021|Science News For Students
The subsidiary fair, Volta, was crackling; there, I ran into Katelijne de Backer of the Armory.
Volta actually made this battery, then known as the Voltaic Pile, but he made it because of Galvani's discovery.
Volta came to see them as produced by chemical action upon two dissimilar metals.
Volta was one of these, and he also furnished, as will hereafter be seen, a name for one of the units of electrical measurement.
Back to the Volta, the boundary line between the two empires, fled the routed Ashantees.History of the Negro Race in America From 1619 to 1880. Vol 1|George W. Williams
"No" shouts a woman who sells fruit, and who was one of a group on the corner of Via Alessandro Volta.The Saint|Antonio Fogazzaro