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wa•ter-inch



Pronunciation: (wô'tur-inch', wot'ur-), [key]
n. Hydraulics.
the quantity of water (approx. 500 cubic feet) discharged in 24 hours through a circular opening of one inch diameter leading from a reservoir in which the water is constantly only high enough to cover the orifice.

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