e|lec|tro|dy|na|mom|e|ter


e|lec|tro|dy|na|mom|e|ter
e|lec|tro|dy|na|mom|e|ter «ih LEHK troh DY nuh MOM uh tuhr», noun.
an instrument for measuring the strength of an electric current by means of the attraction or repulsion mutually exerted between two coils of wire, one fixed and one movable. The current to be measured passes through one of these coils.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.