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inductor

noun in·duc·tor \in-ˈdək-tər\

Definition of INDUCTOR

1
:  one that inducts
2
a :  a part of an electrical apparatus that acts upon another or is itself acted upon by induction
b :  reactor 2
3
:  organizer 2
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First Known Use of INDUCTOR

1652
Medical Dictionary

inductor

noun in·duc·tor \in-ˈdək-tər\

Medical Definition of INDUCTOR

:  one that inducts; especially :  organizer 2 <chordamesoderm acts on embryonic ectoderm as an inductor of neural tissue>

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