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 (ăl′kə-hô-lŏm′ĭ-tər) also al·co·hol·me·ter (ăl′kə-hôl-mē′tər, -hŏl-)
An instrument, such as a hydrometer, used to determine the amount of alcohol in a liquid.

al′co·hol·om′e·try n.
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the process of measuring the concentration of alcohol in a liquid, such as in blood or a liquor
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