aneroid

[adj] - containing no liquid or actuated without the use of liquid
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Aneroid

An'e·roid adjective [ Greek 'a priv. + nhro`s wet, moist + -oid : confer French anéroïde .] Containing no liquid; -- said of a kind of barometer. Aneroid barometer , a barometer the action of which depends on the varying pressure of the atmosphere upo...
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Aneroid

An'e·roid noun An aneroid barometer.
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aneroid

Containing no liquid; said of kind of barometer. Aneroid barometer, a barometer the action of which depends on the varying pressure of the atmosphere upon the elastic top of a metallic box (shaped like a watch) from which the air has been exhausted. An index shows the variation of pressure. ... Origin: Gr. Priv. + wet, moist: cf. F. Aneroide. ... S...
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aneroid

adjective containing no liquid or actuated without the use of liquid; `aneroid barometer`
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Aneroid

• (a.) Containing no liquid; -- said of a kind of barometer. • (n.) An aneroid barometer.
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aneroid

aneroid Without fluid.
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aneroid

Type: Term Pronunciation: an′er-oyd Definitions: 1. Without fluid; denoting a form of barometer without mercury, in which the varying air pressure is indicated by a pointer governed by the movement of the elastic wall of an evacuated chamber. Also used to denote a mercury-free pressure gauge used with some sphygmomanometers. &...
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