piezoelectric

adjective
pi·​e·​zo·​elec·​tric | \ pē-ˌā-(ˌ)zō-ə-ˈlek-trik How to pronounce piezoelectric (audio) , pē-ˌāt-(ˌ)sō-\

Definition of piezoelectric

: of, relating to, marked by, or functioning by means of piezoelectricity

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Other Words from piezoelectric

piezoelectrically \ pē-​ˌā-​(ˌ)zō-​ə-​ˈlek-​tri-​k(ə-​)lē How to pronounce piezoelectrically (audio) , pē-​ˌāt-​(ˌ)sō-​ \ adverb

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And on the cart, there are three more levels of adjustment: a lever arm on the cart, a voice coil (like a speaker driver) on the lever arm, and a tiny, expanding piezoelectric crystal on the voice coil. Scott K. Johnson, Ars Technica, "Building the world’s highest-resolution telescope," 9 July 2018 Scientists are also developing wearable piezoelectric energy harvesters that can be worn on joints such as the knee or elbow, or in shoes, trousers or underwear. Charles Q. Choi, Washington Post, "How the body could power pacemakers and other implantable devices," 9 June 2018 Scientists are also developing wearable piezoelectric energy harvesters that can be worn on joints such as the knee or elbow, or in shoes, trousers or underwear. Charles Q. Choi, Washington Post, "How the body could power pacemakers and other implantable devices," 9 June 2018 Scientists are also developing wearable piezoelectric energy harvesters that can be worn on joints such as the knee or elbow, or in shoes, trousers or underwear. Charles Q. Choi, Washington Post, "How the body could power pacemakers and other implantable devices," 9 June 2018 Scientists are also developing wearable piezoelectric energy harvesters that can be worn on joints such as the knee or elbow, or in shoes, trousers or underwear. Charles Q. Choi, Washington Post, "How the body could power pacemakers and other implantable devices," 9 June 2018 Scientists are also developing wearable piezoelectric energy harvesters that can be worn on joints such as the knee or elbow, or in shoes, trousers or underwear. Charles Q. Choi, Washington Post, "How the body could power pacemakers and other implantable devices," 9 June 2018 Scientists are also developing wearable piezoelectric energy harvesters that can be worn on joints such as the knee or elbow, or in shoes, trousers or underwear. Charles Q. Choi, Washington Post, "How the body could power pacemakers and other implantable devices," 9 June 2018 Scientists are also developing wearable piezoelectric energy harvesters that can be worn on joints such as the knee or elbow, or in shoes, trousers or underwear. Charles Q. Choi, Washington Post, "How the body could power pacemakers and other implantable devices," 9 June 2018

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First Known Use of piezoelectric

1883, in the meaning defined above

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piezoelectric

adjective
pi·​ezo·​elec·​tric | \ pē-ˌā-(ˌ)zō-ə-ˈlek-trik, pē-ˌāt-(ˌ)sō-, esp British pī-ˌē-(ˌ)zō-\

Medical Definition of piezoelectric

: of, relating to, marked by, or functioning by means of piezoelectricity

Other Words from piezoelectric

piezoelectrically \ -​tri-​k(ə-​)lē How to pronounce piezoelectrically (audio) \ adverb

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