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.

Other Words for Gauge

Gauge Adjective Synonyms: judge, evaluate, appraise, assess, rate, estimate, guess, technical also gage
Gauge Noun Synonyms: measure, determine, weigh, calculate, compute, reckon, figure, 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
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Other Words for Pressure

Pressure Adjective Synonyms: compression, pressing, squeezing, compressing, tension, stress, crushing
Pressure Noun Synonyms: force, compression, weight, power, strength
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Pressure Port

Technology / Rockets / Pressure Port: A threaded orifice which can be fitted with a pressure gauge or pressure transducer for determining the pressures within a motor while in operation. MORE

Bubbler Tide Gauge

Science / Tides and Currents / Bubbler Tide Gauge: Same as gas purged pressure gauge. MORE

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 Tendency

Science / Weather / Pressure Tendency: The pressure characteristic and amount of pressure change during a specified time period, usually the three hour period preceding the observation. MORE

Pressure Sensor

Science / Tides and Currents / Pressure Sensor: A pressure transducer sensing de-vice for water level measurement. A relative transducer is vented to the atmosphere and pressure readings are made relative to atmospheric pressure. An absolute transd MORE

Pressureless Ball

Entertainment / Tennis / Pressureless Ball: A special type of tennis ball that does not have a core of pressurized air as standard balls do but rather has a core made of solid rubber, or a core filled tightly with micro-particles. Quality press MORE

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