\sˈɛkə͡ʊəm], \sˈɛkəʊəm], \s_ˈɛ_k_əʊ_ə_m]\
Definitions of SECOHM
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sek'[=o]m, n. the practical unit of electrical self-induction--now more commonly Henry.--n. SEC'OHMM[=E]TER, an instrument for measuring the coefficient, of electrical self-induction. [Sec (ond) and ohm, the unit of resistance.]
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