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fluidic

adjective flu·id·ic \flü-ˈi-dik\

Definition of FLUIDIC

:  of, relating to, or being a device (as an amplifier or control) that depends for operation on the pressures and flows of a fluid in precisely shaped channels
fluidic noun
flu·id·ics \-diks\ noun plural but singular in construction

First Known Use of FLUIDIC

1960

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