barometric pressurenoun [ U ]/ˌbær.əʊ.met.rɪk ˈpreʃ.ər/ us /ˌber.oʊ.met.rɪk ˈpreʃ.ɚ/
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- As regards the first, I will commence with a few brief remarks on the effects of varying barometric pressures.
- By this means some notion might be formed of the general direction of the line of barometric pressure preceding or succeeding a storm.
- If a line were drawn through all points on the surface of the earth having an equal barometric pressure at the same time, such a line would be called an isobar.
- Sealed against the vacuum of space, barometric pressure outside made no difference.
- Thirteen cubic feet of free air at normal temperature and barometric pressure weigh about one pound.