Definition of Odometers. Meaning of Odometers. Synonyms of Odometers

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Definition of Odometers

Odometer
Odometer O*dom"e*ter, n. [Gr. ?, ?, an instrument for measuring distances; ? way + ? measure: cf. F. odom[`e]tre, hodom[`e]tre.] An instrument attached to a vehicle, to measure the distance traversed; also, a wheel used by surveyors, which registers the miles and rods traversed. -- Od`o*met"ric*al, a.

Meaning of Odometers from wikipedia

- principle emplo**** on modern mechanical odometers. Odometers were developed for ships in 1698 with the odometer invented by the Englishman Thomas Savery...
- digital odometers specially designed to be difficult to tamper. These odometers are considered to be more secure than mechanical odometers. "Odometer Fraud...
- practice of rolling back odometers to make it appear that vehicles have lower mileage than they actually do. Markov odometer, a certain type of dynamical...
- provisions for odometer accuracy. Subsequently, Honda changed the tolerance of its odometers from -1%/+3.75% to ±2.5%. 49 USC CHAPTER 327 - ODOMETERS Archived...
- The roadometer was a 19th-century device like an odometer for measuring mileage, towed by a wagon, invented in 1847 by William Clayton and Orson Pratt...
- aids include: Odometer: Odometers can range from the odometer included on the dashboard of most cars to specially manufactured rally odometers. Speedometer:...
- Hamachi, Nonsingular dynamical systems, Bratteli diagrams and Markov odometers. Isr. J. Math. 138 (2003), 93–123. Aaronson, J. (1997). An Introduction...
- moves the next disk to the left one increment. Such counters were used as odometers for bicycles and cars and in tape recorders and fuel dispensers and to...
- from the late 1990s to mid 2000s have a MIL that illuminates based on the odometer reading, regardless of engine operation. For example, in several Mazda...
- magazine, his Dodge car with almost 1 million mi (1.6 million km) on the odometer, and a television show called Psycho Dad. Despite his family's seeming...
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