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voltmeter

 [vōlt´me-ter]
an instrument for measuring electromotive force in volts.

volt·me·ter

(vōlt'mē-tĕr),
An apparatus for measuring the electromotive force or difference of potential.

voltmeter

[vōlt′mētər]
an instrument such as a galvanometer that measures in volts the differences in potential between different points of an electric circuit.

volt·me·ter

(vōlt'mē-tĕr)
An instrument that measures differences in electrical potential.

voltmeter

an instrument for measuring electromotive force in volts, e.g. the one on the x-ray machine that registers the voltage being supplied to the machine.
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