inductor

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Noun[edit]

inductor ‎(plural inductors)

  1. (physics) a passive device that introduces inductance into an electrical circuit
  2. (medicine) an evocator or an organizer

Synonyms[edit]

  • (passive electrical device): coil

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Adjective[edit]

inductor m, f ‎(plural inductores)

  1. inducing

Noun[edit]

inductor m ‎(plural inductores)

  1. inductor