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BAROMETTER [bəˈrämədər]

NOUN
barometer (noun) · barometers (plural noun)

  • an instrument measuring atmospheric pressure, used especially in forecasting the weather and determining altitude.
  • something which reflects changes in circumstances or opinions.
Synonyms: measure . indicator . basis . standard . guide . guideline . touchstone . yardstick . benchmark . criterion . example . model . pattern . formula . exemplar . sample . test . litmus test .

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What does the name barometer mean?

The word "barometer" is derived from the Ancient Greek: βάρος, romanized: báros meaning " weight ", and Ancient Greek: μέτρον, romanized: métron meaning " measure ". History

What is the function of a barometer?

A barometer is a device that measures atmospheric pressure. The word "barometer" comes from the Greek words for "weight" and "measure.". Changes in atmospheric pressure recorded by barometers are most often used in meteorology for forecasting weather.

What is the definition of a barometer?

Definition of barometer. 1 : an instrument for determining the pressure of the atmosphere and hence for assisting in forecasting weather and for determining altitude (see altitude sense 1a)

What does barometer mean science?

A barometer is a scientific instrument used in meteorology to measure atmospheric pressure. Pressure tendency can forecast short term changes in the weather. Numerous measurements of air pressure are used within surface weather analysis to help find surface troughs, high pressure systems, and frontal boundaries.

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