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barograph

Syllabification: bar·o·graph
Pronunciation: /ˈberəˌɡraf
 
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Definition of barograph in English:

noun

A barometer that records its readings on a moving chart.
Example sentences
  • An air barograph recorded atmospheric pressures every 1.5 min at a fixed station during the gravity survey.
  • It was pointed out that approved barographs for badge & record flights have not been updated since 98 / 99.
  • Maxpunkte allows you to combine your barograph recording with your GPS tracklog.

Origin

mid 19th century: from Greek baros 'weight' + -graph.

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