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An instrument for measuring directly the resistances of conductors in ohms.


(General Physics) an instrument for measuring electrical resistance


(ˈoʊmˌmi tər)

an instrument for measuring electric resistance in ohms.


an instrument for measuring electrical resistance in ohms.
See also: Instruments
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Noun1.ohmmeter - a meter for measuring electrical resistance in ohmsohmmeter - a meter for measuring electrical resistance in ohms
meter - any of various measuring instruments for measuring a quantity
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