/lak tom"i teuhr/, n.
an instrument for determining the specific gravity of milk.
[1810-20; LACTO- + -METER]

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  • Lactometer — Lac*tom e*ter, n. [L. lac, lactis, milk + meter: cf. F. lactom[ e]tre. Cf. {Galactometer}.] An instrument for estimating the purity or richness of milk, as a measuring glass, a specific gravity bulb, or other apparatus. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • lactometer — [lak täm′ət ər] n. [ LACTO + METER] a hydrometer for determining the specific gravity, and hence the richness, of milk …   English World dictionary

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  • lactometer — noun A device that estimates the cream content of milk by measuring its specific gravity …   Wiktionary

  • lactometer — SYN: galactometer. [lacto + G. metron, measure] * * * lac·tom·e·ter lak täm ət ər n a hydrometer for determining the specific gravity of milk lac·to·met·ric .lak tə me trik adj * * * lac·tom·e·ter (lak tomґə tər) [lacto + meter] an… …   Medical dictionary

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  • lactometer — instrument for testing relative density of milk Scientific Instruments …   Phrontistery dictionary

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