barograph

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

baro- +‎ -graph

Noun[edit]

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barograph (plural barographs)

  1. A type of barometer that continuously records air pressure on a sheet or rotating drum
    • 1911, Margaret Burnham, The Girl Aviators' Sky Cruise[1]:
      Thanks to their barograph, however, they could judge their height above the sea.
    • 1913, Captain R. F. Scott, Scott's Last Expedition Volume I[2]:
      At noon the barograph curve turned up and the wind moderated, the sky gradually clearing.

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