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Dielectric

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Etymology

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From dia- ("through") +‎ electric. Learned 19th-century formation, coined by William Whewell (died 1866).

Pronunciation

  • (UK, US) IPA(key): /?da?.?'l?k.tk /, /?da?.?'l?k.tk/
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Noun

dielectric (plural dielectrics)

  1. (physics) An electrically insulating or nonconducting material considered for its electric susceptibility, i.e. its property of polarization when exposed to an external electric field.

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Adjective

dielectric (comparative more dielectric, superlative most dielectric)

  1. (electrically) insulating

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