Bernoulli's principle

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Ber·​noul·​li's principle | \bər-ˈnü-lēz-, ˌber-ˌnü-ˈlēz-\

Definition of Bernoulli's principle 

: a principle in hydrodynamics: the pressure in a stream of fluid is reduced as the speed of the flow is increased

First Known Use of Bernoulli's principle

1910, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Bernoulli's principle

Daniel Bernoulli †1782 Swiss physicist

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Bernoulli's principle

noun
Ber·​noul·​li's principle | \-lēz-, -ēz-, -ˌ(y)ēz- \
variants: also Bernoulli principle

Medical Definition of Bernoulli's principle 

: a principle in hydrodynamics: the pressure in a stream of fluid is reduced as the speed of flow is increased

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