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barometer definition

  • noun:
    • a guitar for calculating atmospheric pressure, used especially in weather condition forecasting.
    • a thing that registers or reacts to variations; an indicator: Opinion polls act as a barometer of public mood.
    • a guitar for measuring atmospheric force.
    • any such thing used as a gauge or indicator.
    • An instrument for determining the extra weight or stress of the environment, and therefore for judging associated with the probable modifications of weather condition, or even for ascertaining the level of any ascent.
    • a guitar for measuring the weight or force associated with the atmosphere, developed by Evangelista Torricelli, an Italian mathematician and physicist, in 1643.
    • a guitar that steps atmospheric pressure
    • a musical instrument for measuring atmospheric pressure, utilized especially in weather forecasting.
    • Something that registers or reacts to variations; an indicator: Opinion polls act as a barometer of public feeling.
    • An instrument for measuring atmospheric force.
    • such a thing made use of as a gauge or signal.
    • a musical instrument for deciding the extra weight or stress regarding the atmosphere, and hence for judging of this probable changes of weather condition, and for ascertaining the height of every ascent.
    • An instrument for calculating the extra weight or stress of the atmosphere, devised by Evangelista Torricelli, an Italian mathematician and physicist, in 1643.
    • an instrument that steps atmospheric force
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