adverb see eudiometer

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  • eudiometer — noun Etymology: modification of Italian eudiometro, from Greek eudia fair weather (from eu + dia weather akin to Latin dies day) + Italian metro meter, from Greek metron measure Date: 1777 an instrument for the volumetric measurement and analysis …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • eudiometer — eudiometric /yooh dee euh me trik/, eudiometrical, adj. eudiometrically, adv. /yooh dee om i teuhr/, n. Chem. a graduated glass measuring tube for gas analysis. [1770 80; < Gk eúdio(s) clear, mild (lit., well skied, equiv. to eu EU + di , s. of… …   Universalium

  • eudiometer — /judiˈɒmətə/ (say yoohdee omuhtuh) noun a graduated glass measuring tube for gas analysis. {Greek eudio(s) fine, clear, as weather + meter1} –eudiometric /judiəˈmɛtrɪk/ (say yoohdeeuh metrik), eudiometrical /judiəˈmɛtrɪkəl/ (say yoohdeeuh… …   Australian English dictionary

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