Examples of chronometer in a Sentence
a fancy new chronometer that is light-years more advanced than your average wristwatch
Recent Examples of chronometer from the Web
Cellular chronometers may even decide when your time is up.
Harrison was self-educated, and is credited with creating the first marine chronometer to calculate longitude when sailors were at sea.
The Clock of the World, an extravagant chronometer telling visitors the exact minute and hour anywhere in the world, stood by the entrance to Tomorrowland, symbolizing the land’s temporal transition.
Harrison is the famous inventor of the marine chronometer which enabled accurate navigation at sea.
The awards were launched in observance of a half-century of the iconic Rolex Oyster chronometer, the world’s first waterproof wristwatch.
With few exceptions, the modern gadget is as impossible to navigate as were the seas before the sextant and the marine chronometer.
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CHRONOMETER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chronometer for English Language Learners
: a watch or clock that measures time very exactly
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