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  • n. A derived unit of electrical power that is the product of one volt and one ampere

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The product of volt and ampere, that is, of electromotive force and current which in an alternating-current electric circuit may be greater than the true power, and is called apparent power (which see).


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