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do·sim·e·ter / dōˈsimitər/ • n. a device used to measure an absorbed dose of ionizing radiation. DERIVATIVES: do·si·met·ric / ˌdōsəˈmetrik/ adj. do·sim·e·try / -ˈsimitrē/ n.

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dosimeter

dosimeter (doh-sim-it-er) n.
1. a device to measure the intensity of a radiation source.

2. a device to record the amount of radiation received by workers exposed to X-rays or other radiation.

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