askarel

\\|askə|rel\ noun (-s)
Etymology: origin unknown
: a synthetic electrically insulating liquid that is noncombustible

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/as'keuh rel"/, n. Chem.
any of the class of synthetic, nonflammable, liquid dielectrics used chiefly for insulation in transformers.
[of obscure orig.]

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