Definition of Interruptor

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interruptor

interruptedly
interrupter
interrupter gear
interrupters
interruptest
interruptible
interruptible load
interrupting
interrupting time
interruptingly
interruption
interruptionless
interruptions
interruptive
interruptless
interruptor (current term)
interruptors
interrupts
inters
intersample
interscale
interscalene triangle
interscapular
interscapular gland
interscapular hibernoma
interscapular reflex
interscapulars
interscapulothoracic
interscapulothoracic amputation
interscapulum

Literary usage of Interruptor

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1. Wireless Telegraphy: Its History, Theory and Practice by Archie Frederick Collins (1905)
"In the double-spring interruptor the force is sufficient always to break the ... INDEPENDENT interruptor.—By the term independent it is to be inferred that ..."

2. Wireless Telegraphy: Its History, Theory and Practice by Archie Frederick Collins (1905)
"Another improvement in this type of interruptor is to design it with two magnets arranged so that the armature and spring will just clear the inner surfaces ..."

3. A Text Book of Physiology by Michael Foster (1894)
"The interrupted current is thrown in at a. induction-machine was rapidly made and broken by the magnetic interruptor, Fig. 4. The lever, it will be observed ..."

4. The Röntgen Rays in Medical Work by David Walsh (1902)
"The form of liquid interruptor which is now in general FIG. 8.—IMPROVED WEHNELT interruptor. use in this country is known as Campbell Swinton's modified ..."

5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"A variety of forms have been given to the part of the apparatus ; the interruptor of Foucault is a very common one.4 For some purposes 4 break driven by ..."

6. The Entomologist; an Illustrated Journal of General Entomology by Edward Newman, Royal Entomological Society of London (1880)
"... interruptor, Gr.—Mr. Weston bred one specimen of this species ; it was most ... and C. interruptor itself has been commonly bred from R. Buoliana ..."

7. Manual of Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony by Archie Frederick Collins (1913)
"... the key, and the source of current, as in a simple spring interruptor. A condenser is shunted around the interruptor in the same manner. ..."

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