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insulator (plural insulators)
- A substance that does not transmit heat (thermal insulator), sound (acoustic insulator) or electricity (electrical insulator).
non-conductive structure, coating or device that does not transmit sound, heat or electricity (see image)
- To isolate electrical wires from the pylons supporting them, one often uses glass insulators.
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