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volt

noun [C] uk   /vɒlt/  us   /voʊlt/
the standard unit used to measure how strongly an electrical current is sent around an electrical system: Electricity in Britain is 240 volts, AC.
Translations of “volt”
in Arabic فولت…
in Korean 볼트…
in Malaysian volt…
in French volt…
in Turkish volt…
in Italian volt…
in Chinese (Traditional) 伏特(電壓單位)…
in Russian вольт…
in Polish wolt…
in Vietnamese vôn…
in Spanish voltio…
in Portuguese volt…
in Thai หน่วยแรงดันไฟฟ้า…
in German das Volt…
in Catalan volt…
in Japanese ボルト(電圧の単位)…
in Indonesian volt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 伏特(电压单位)…
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