aneroid barometer definition

  • noun:
    • A barometer by which variations of atmospheric stress tend to be suggested by the general bulges of a thin flexible material disk addressing a partially evacuated chamber.
    • A barometer where variants in pressure are assessed making use of a partially evacuated pill whose edges relocate and out.
    • See Aneroid barometer, under Aneroid.
    • a barometer that measures pressure without the need for liquids
    • A barometer which variants of atmospheric force are suggested by the relative bulges of a thin flexible material disk covering a partially evacuated chamber.
    • A barometer by which variations in pressure tend to be calculated using a partially evacuated pill whoever edges move in and out.
    • See Aneroid barometer, under Aneroid.
    • a barometer that steps force without needing fluids
  • adjective:
    • a barometer the activity which hinges on the differing pressure of the environment upon the elastic top of a metallic box (shaped like a wristwatch) where air was fatigued. An index shows the difference of force.
    • a barometer the action of which hinges on the varying stress associated with atmosphere upon the elastic top of a metallic field (formed like a watch) from which the air was fatigued. An index reveals the difference of force.

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