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volt·am·me·ter

 (vōl′tăm′ə-tər)
n.
An instrument that combines the functions of a voltmeter and an ammeter.
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voltammeter

(ˌvəʊltˈæmˌmiːtə)
n
1. (Electrical Engineering) a dual-purpose instrument that can measure both potential difference and electric current, usually in volts and amperes respectively
2. (Tools) a dual-purpose instrument that can measure both potential difference and electric current, usually in volts and amperes respectively
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volt•am•me•ter

(ˈvoʊltˈæmˌmi tər)

n.
an instrument for measuring voltage or amperage.
[1885–90; volt -am (pere) + -meter]
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voltammeter

an instrument for measuring the voltage and amperage of an electrical current.
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