teletimer

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From a trademark of American Teletimer Corp: tele- +‎ timer.

Noun[edit]

teletimer (plural teletimers)

  1. An electronic device, equipped with sensors, that accurately measures the finish times in a horse race.
    • 2007 July 30, Bill Finley, “Street Sense Marks Return With a Victory”, New York Times:
      “So far, every test we’ve put it through, the time came out to be accurate — they correspond to the teletimer.