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volt·me·ter

 (vōlt′mē′tər)
n.
An instrument for measuring electric potential differences in units of volts.

voltmeter

(ˈvəʊltˌmiːtə)
n
1. (Electrical Engineering) an instrument for measuring potential difference or electromotive force
2. (Tools) an instrument for measuring potential difference or electromotive force

volt•me•ter

(ˈvoʊltˌmi tər)

n.
a calibrated instrument for measuring the potential difference between two points in volts.
[1880–85]

volt·me·ter

(vōlt′mē′tər)
An instrument, such as a galvanometer, used for measuring the difference in voltage between two points in an electric circuit.

voltmeter

an instrument for measuring the voltage of an electrical current.
See also: Instruments
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.voltmeter - meter that measures the potential difference between two pointsvoltmeter - meter that measures the potential difference between two points
electronic voltmeter - a voltmeter whose sensitivity is increased by amplification
meter - any of various measuring instruments for measuring a quantity
millivoltmeter - sensitive voltmeter that can measure voltage in millivolts
Translations

voltmeter

[ˈvəʊltˌmiːtəʳ] Nvoltímetro m

voltmeter

nVoltmeter nt

voltmeter

[ˈvəʊltˌmiːtəʳ] nvoltimetro
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