Definition of Pressure gage

1. Noun. Gauge for measuring and indicating fluid pressure.

Exact synonyms: Pressure Gauge
Generic synonyms: Gage, Gauge
Specialized synonyms: Manometer, Sphygmomanometer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pressure Gage

pressurage
pressurages
pressure
pressure-cook
pressure-cooker
pressure-cooker(a)
pressure-feed lubricating system
pressure-ulcer
pressure-wash
pressure bandage
pressure cabin
pressure cooker
pressure cookers
pressure dome
pressure feed
pressure gage (current term)
pressure gauge
pressure gauges
pressure gradient
pressure group
pressure groups
pressure level
pressure of speech
pressure point
pressure retarded osmosis
pressure sensation
pressure sore
pressure suit
pressure ulcer
pressure ulcers

Literary usage of Pressure gage

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1. Heat by Edward Marvin Shealy (1914)
"In engineering work two kinds of pressure are used, namely, gage pressure, which is the pressure indicated on an ordinary pressure gage, and absolute ..."

2. Heat by Edward Marvin Shealy (1914)
"In engineering work two kinds of pressure are used, namely, gage pressure, which is the pressure indicated on an ordinary pressure gage, and absolute ..."

3. A Text Book of the Physics of Agriculture by Franklin Hiram King (1907)
"pressure gage.—The pressure gage is intended to show the number of pounds per square inch of steam pressure there is on the boiler at any moment and to ..."

4. A Text Book of the Physics of Agriculture by Franklin Hiram King (1899)
"pressure gage.—The pressure gage is intended to show the number of pounds per square inch of steam pressure there is on the boiler at any moment and to ..."

5. Knight's American Mechanical Dictionary: A Description of Tools, Instruments by Edward Henry Knight (1876)
"Pressure-gage. 1. (Steam-engine.) An ap paratus or attachment for indicating ... In the Magdeburg pressure-gage (C) the fluid is admitted by a tube to the ..."

6. Steam Boilers by Edward Marvin Shealy (1912)
"pressure gage.—It is absolutely necessary that the pressure gage should be trustworthy and if there is any reason to question its readings, ..."

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