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wattnoun [C]

 us   /wɑt/ (abbreviation w)
physics the ​standardmeasure of ​electricalpower: a 60-watt ​bulb
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wattnoun [C]

uk   /wɒt/  us   /wɑːt/ (written abbreviation W)
wattage
noun [U] uk   /ˈwɒt.ɪdʒ/  us   /ˈwɑː.t̬ɪdʒ/
For ​lower wattage ​ovens, ​heatingtime must be ​increased.
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Translations of “watt”
in Korean 와트…
in Arabic وات (وَحْدة لِقِياس الكَهْرُباء)…
in Malaysian watt…
in French watt…
in Russian ватт…
in Chinese (Traditional) 瓦,瓦特(電功率單位)…
in Italian watt…
in Turkish elektrik akımı ölçüm birimi, vat…
in Polish wat…
in Spanish vatio…
in Vietnamese oát, đơn vị điện năng…
in Portuguese watt…
in Thai หน่วยวัดกำลังไฟฟ้า…
in German das Watt…
in Catalan watt…
in Japanese ワット(電力の単位)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 瓦,瓦特(电功率单位)…
in Indonesian watt…
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