depth gauge

NOUN
  1. a gauge for measuring the depth of grooves or holes or other concavities
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  • Support for a wide range of data styles, including ‘interleaved data’, backsights, underwater surveys performed with a depth gauge, and unsurveyed visual connections.
  • The Personal Submarine comes equipped with other standard submarine features, including a barometer, thermometer, hygrometer, depth gauges, fluxgate and magnetic compasses, mechanical clinometers, pressure gauges, and a GPS receiver. Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine
  • In addition, if the soil is wet under the residue, soil disturbed by row cleaners or coulters will stick to the planter's depth gauge wheels and other components, reducing the uniformity of seed placement.
  • Simple depth gauges measuring the maximum depths indicate some remarkably deep dives attained by shearwaters.
  • Edgeworth at his bench of micrometers, calipers and depth gauges, wiped his hands on a piece of towel. THE OPEN DOOR
  • The depth gauge tells you how deep you have dived.
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