chronometer in English

noun
1
an instrument for measuring time, especially one designed to keep accurate time in spite of motion or variations in temperature, humidity, and air pressure. Chronometers were first developed for marine navigation, being used in conjunction with astronomical observation to determine longitude.
The process of mapping itself, now much more accurate thanks to Britain's invention of the chronometer for measuring longitude, allowed the British to perceive the globe as an integrated whole.

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1. It's a clockwork chronometer, of my invention.

2. It is use in navigation, chronometer, and weather and so on.

3. James is conversant with chronometer and geography.

4. A sextant, an accurate chronometer and a celestial almanac.

5. Murchison followed with his eye the hand of his chronometer.

6. Hope the friends of chronometer and geological can calculate and determine it once again.

7. A chronometer is hidden within all words, and in each length of nucleic acid.

8. And an ytterbium the potential to be even more accurate and stable than the cesium chronometer.

9. Thacker had considered this problem at great length when testing his chronometer.

10. The chronometer - maker's expert hand plays an essential role in this process.

11. The maritime chronometer took Britain to pre-eminence in safe navigation and helped secure the empire.

12. In I 779 he created a sensation with a pocket chronometer, called No.

13. Technical advances included electrolysis, the ship's chronometer, chemical processing, tool - making machines , and the water frame.

14. In 19 large space telescope such as Hubble telescope on the history of chronometer.

15. Ancient chronometer glossary is a weak part in the study of ancient Chinese glossary.

16. 25 And an ytterbium the potential to be even more accurate and stable than the cesium chronometer.

17. The marine chronometer —a reliable, seaworthy clock— gave them the ability to determine longitude, their east or west position.

18. The brake of the starting block shall be released by the electronic system which simultaneously triggers the chronometer.

19. After a visual check under the magnifying glass, the individual number of each Breitling chronometer is then laser-engraved.

20. The more familiar mechanical musical chronometer was invented by Dietrich Nikolaus Winkel in Amsterdam in 1814.

21. The chronometer confirmed his flying time since the aerial refuelling over Omsk, tallying with the covered distance on the on-board computer.

22. Engine speed shall be measured preferably with an automatically synchronized revolution counter and chronometer (or counter-timer).

23. The ship's chronometer, the screw propeller, the locomotive, bicycle, automobile, and airplane were all invented in the West.

24. The watch models were equipped with 22-line pallet bridge movements of Durowe and they were adjusted through a chronometer with high accuracy.

25. 26 The chronometer confirmed his flying time since the aerial refuelling over Omsk, tallying with the covered distance on the on-board computer.

26. One was its glass house-the vacuum chamber that shielded the chronometer from troubling changes of atmospheric pressure and humidity.