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Ge•o•dim•e•ter



Pronunciation: ( jē"u-dim'i-tur), [key] Trademark.
a brand of distance-measuring instrument, used in surveying, that measures the change in phase of a modulated light beam when it returns to the instrument from a distant point.

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