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chronograph

noun chro·no·graph \ˈkrä-nə-ˌgraf, ˈkrō-\

: a device (such as a stopwatch) that is used for measuring and recording time in a very exact way

Full Definition of CHRONOGRAPH

:  an instrument for measuring and recording time intervals: as
a :  an instrument having a revolving drum on which a stylus makes marks
b :  stopwatch; also :  a watch incorporating the functions of a stopwatch
c :  an instrument for measuring the time of flight of projectiles
chro·no·graph·ic \ˌkrä-nə-ˈgra-fik, ˌkrō-\ adjective
chro·nog·ra·phy \krə-ˈnä-grə-fē\ noun

First Known Use of CHRONOGRAPH

1851
Medical Dictionary

chronograph

noun chro·no·graph \ˈkrän-ə-ˌgraf, ˈkrō-nə-\

Medical Definition of CHRONOGRAPH

:  an instrument for measuring and recording time intervals: as a :  an instrument having a revolving drum on which a stylus makes marks b :  a watch incorporating the functions of a stopwatch
chro·no·graph·ic \ˌkrän-ə-ˈgraf-ik, ˌkrō-nə-\ adjective
chro·nog·ra·phy \krə-ˈnäg-rə-fē\ noun

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