chamber

  1. a natural or artificial enclosed space
  2. a room where a judge transacts business
  3. a deliberative or legislative or administrative or judicial assembly
  4. a room used primarily for sleeping

chamber

The portion of the barrel or firing cylinder in which the cartridge is inserted prior to being fired. Rifles and pistols generally have a single chamber in their barrels, while revolvers have multiple chambers in their cylinders and no chamber in their barrel.
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chamber

(chām´bәr) an enclosed space.
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chamber

(from the article `cardiovascular disease`) Abnormalities of the heart chambers may be serious and even life-threatening. In hypoplastic left heart syndrome, the left-sided heart chambers, ... ...covers the outside, and another layer, the endocardium, lines the inside. The heart cavity is divided down the middle into a right and a left ...
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chamber

(from the article `Europe, history of`) The chamber, the room in which the king slept or took private counsel, was also the natural place to store his treasure; hence, the chamberlains were ...
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chamber

[n] - a deliberative or legislative or administrative or judicial assembly 2. [n] - an enclosed volume (as the aqueous chamber of the eyeball or the chambers of the heart) 3. [n] - a room where a judge transacts business 4. [n] - a natural or artificial enclosed space 5. [v] - place in a chamber
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Chamber

• (n.) Apartments in a lodging house. • (v. i.) To reside in or occupy a chamber or chambers. • (v. t.) To shut up, as in a chamber. • (n.) A short piece of ordnance or cannon, which stood on its breech, without any carriage, formerly used chiefly for rejoicings and theatrical cannonades. • (n.) A retired room, esp. an uppe...
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chamber

noun a natural or artificial enclosed space
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Chamber

[firearms] In firearms, the chamber is the portion of the barrel or firing cylinder in which the cartridge is inserted prior to being fired. Rifles and pistols generally have a single chamber in their barrels, while revolvers have multiple chambers in their cylinders and no chamber in their barrel. Thus rifles and pistols can be fired even ...
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Chamber

Cham'ber intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Chambered ; present participle & verbal noun Chambering .] 1. To reside in or occupy a chamber or chambers. 2. To be lascivious. [ Obsolete]
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Chamber

Cham'ber noun [ French chambre , from Latin camera vault, arched roof, in Late Latin chamber, from Greek ... anything with a vaulted roof or arched covering; confer Sanskrit kmar to be crooked. Confer Camber , Camera , Comrade .] 1. A retired room, es...
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Chamber

Cham'ber transitive verb 1. To shut up, as in a chamber. Shak. 2. To furnish with a chamber; as, to chamber a gun.
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Chamber

1) An Echo Chamber (a room designed with very hard, non-parallel surfaces equipped with a speaker and microphone so that when dry signals from the console are fed to the speaker, the microphone will have a reverberation of these signals that can be mixed in with the dry signals at the console).
2) A program in a delay/reverb effects device that ...
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chamber

A compartment or enclosed space. ... See: camera. ... Origin: L. Camera ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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chamber

a natural or artificial enclosed space
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chamber

a natural or artificial enclosed space
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Chamber

A working volume, not necessarily cryogenic. Ex. Bubble Chamber, EMI Chamber.
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chamber

Airspace (also air chamber) under the closure of a bottle; see below filling level,
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Chamber

An area at the breech end of a barrel, of about the diameter of the cartridge for which the gun was intended, and into which the cartridge is inserted. The nominal length of a shotgun chamber will accommodate the loaded cartridge for which it was intended and allow for its crimp to open fully when the cartridge is fired. Although one can easily ins...
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Chamber

another word for mews, but generally used as a place where breeding hawks and their offspring are housed.
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chamber

cavity of an ovary.
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Chamber

Generally a tubular section of a rocket motor (solid, liquid, or hybrid) in which combustion takes place.
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Chamber

Generally a tubular section of a rocket motor (solid, liquid, or hybrid) in which combustion takes p
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Chamber

In architecture, the term chamber means a room or apartment, distinguished from the hall, chapel etc. The great chamber usually adjoined, or was contiguous to the hall, and equated to the later drawing room (withdrawing room) or modern lounge (sitting room).
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Chamber

In firearms, the chamber is the enlarged rear part of the barrel that is formed to accept the cartridge to be fired. A revolver employs a multi-chambered rotating cylinder separated from the stationary barrel.
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