condenser
Noun

condenser (plural condensers)

  1. A device designed to condense a gas into a liquid, either as part of a still, steam engine, refrigerator or similar machine.
  2. (electronics) A capacitor.
  3. (optics) A lens (or combination of lenses) designed to gather light and focus it onto a specimen or part of a mechanism.
  4. A dental instrument used to pack filling into a cavity in a tooth.
Translations
  • French: condenseur
  • Russian: конденса́тор
Translations
  • Russian: конде́нсор



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