flu|vi|om|e|ter


flu|vi|om|e|ter
flu|vi|om|e|ter «FLOO vee OM uh tuhr», noun.
an apparatus for determining the height of water in a river.
[< Latin fluvius river + English -meter]

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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