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An instrument that gauges the approximate distance traveled on foot by registering the number of steps taken.
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(Civil Engineering) a device containing a pivoted weight that records the number of steps taken in walking and hence the distance travelled
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pe•dom•e•ter(pəˈdɒm ɪ tər)
an instrument that measures the distance walked or run by recording the number of steps taken.
[1723; < French pédomètre=péd- (< Latin ped-, s. of pēs foot; see pedi-) + -omètre (see -o-, -meter)]
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a device for measuring distance traversed on foot.See also: Instruments
a device that measures the distance walked by counting the number of steps taken.See also: Distance
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pedometer[pɪˈdɒmɪtəʳ] N → podómetro m
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n → Pedometer nt, → Schrittzähler m
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pedometer[pɪˈdɒmɪtəʳ] n → pedometro, contapassi m inv
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