Automatic Tide Gauge

Science / Tides and Currents / Automatic Tide Gauge: An instrument that automatically registers the rise and fall of the water level. In some instruments, the registration is accomplished by recording the heights at regular time intervals in digital format; in others, by a continuous graph of height against time.

Other Words for Automatic

Automatic Adjective Synonyms: self-acting, self-governing, self-regulating, mechanical, robot, automated
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Other Words for Gauge

Gauge Adjective Synonyms: judge, evaluate, appraise, assess, rate, estimate, guess, technical also gage
Gauge Verb Synonyms: standard, yardstick, criterion, benchmark, basis, measure, norm, model, example, pattern, rule, touchstone, test, guide, guideline, litmus test, also gage
Gauge Noun Synonyms: measure, determine, weigh, calculate, compute, reckon, figure, technical also gage
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Tide Gauge

Science / Tides and Currents / Tide Gauge: An instrument for measuring the rise and fall of the tide (water level). See ADR gauge, automatic tide gauge, Next Generation Water Level Measurement System, gas purged pressure gauge, electric tape g MORE

Pressure Gauge

Science / Tides and Currents / Pressure Gauge: A water level gauge that is operated by the change in pressure at the bottom of a body of water due to the rise and fall of the water level. See gas purged pressure gauge. MORE

Polypeptide

Science / Genetics / Polypeptide: A protein or part of a protein made of a chain of amino acids joined by a peptide bond. MORE

Polynucleotides

Science / Biology / Polynucleotides: Long chains of nucleotides formed by chemical links between the sugar and phosphate groups. MORE

Peptides

Science / Biology / Peptides: Short chains of amino acids. MORE

Perigean Tides Or Tidal Currents

Science / Tides and Currents / Perigean Tides Or Tidal Currents: Tides of increased range or tidal currents of increased speed occurring monthly as the result of the Moon being in perigee. The perigean range (Pn) of tide is the average range occurring at the time o MORE

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