[ UK /tækˈɒmɪtɐ/ ]
  1. measuring instrument for indicating speed of rotation
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How To Use tachometer In A Sentence

  • Knowing the accuracy limits of the aircraft tachometer may eliminate the need for further examination of the engine and propeller, or it may confirm the need for further troubleshooting.
  • The centre console is a work of technological art, and so is the instrument binnacle, with the tachometer taking center stage, and the digital speedometer resting inside the tach.
  • There are also aspects that add to the internal sporty appeal of the car like the metallic dashboard embellishment and the white dials of the instrument cluster, along with the tachometer.
  • Drivers watch their tachometers, which monitor RPMs, to get an idea of how fast they are going.
  • The measuring verification of handle automobile engine tachometer is always difficulty area of automobile measurement.
  • I noted his tachometer, radar detector and exhaust pipe.
  • The other delight to this car, and it only really reveals itself when you tear your attention away from the tachometer, is the suspension.
  • In fact, all the gauges were very easy to read, especially the all important tachometer, though the modern electronics will not let you over-rev the engine as it will over-ride your command and shift up at the top end of the red-line.
  • Allowable equipment is usually limited to a compass, chart and tachometer.
  • Ken peered over his oxygen mask at the tachometer and cylinder head temperature gauges for number three.
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