Price meter

Price meter

[′prīs ‚mēd·ər]
(engineering)
The ocean current meter in use in the United States: six conical cups, mounted around a vertical axis, rotate and cause a signal in a set of headphones with each rotation; tail vanes and a heavy weight stabilize the instrument.
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Even so, their hired vehicle had been inching ahead for at least 10 minutes by then, although, sadly, no details of its price meter are available.
Their taxi had been inching ahead for at least 10 minutes but no details of its price meter are available
The gradually strengthening shock-effect reverberating through the worldwide manufacturing sector is: 1) while the price structure continues to shift, 2) the quality of mass-produced, low price meters continues to improve.