Examples of regulator in a Sentence
the voltage regulator will make sure your car's alternator gets the right amount of electricity
Recent Examples of regulator from the Web
The company faces lawsuits in Illinois, Washington state and elsewhere from regulators, as well as consumers, over its business practices.
The main hurdle to get to the treatments isn't the regulator, said Gottlieb, who was treated himself for cancer with a drug therapy that wasn't approved for his condition.
But the plans for the adjacent service center, including the 5,100-square-foot convenience store and 16-pump service island, were revealed in a new filing with metro regulators.
First announced a few months ago and approved by regulators this week, the Los Angeles-Singapore route takes the place of United's San Francisco-Singapore one as the longest non-stop flight from the U.S.
By then financial regulators, who do not supervise Apple, will be grinding their teeth at night.
The company has been in the cross-hairs of several global anti-monopoly regulators.
European aviation safety regulators, aircraft manufacturers and pilots' unions have endorsed the proposal.
Arkansas state regulators had been to the facility many years earlier — in 2003 — before CLCM acquired it.
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First Known Use of regulator
REGULATOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of regulator for English Language Learners
: a device for controlling the level or amount of something (such as speed or temperature)
: an official who works for the part of the government that controls a public activity (such as banking or insurance) by making and enforcing rules
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