"piezoelectricity" meaning in All languages combined

Noun [English]

IPA: /pʌɪˌiːzəʊ.ɪlɛkˈtrɪsɪti/, /piˌeɪzəʊ.ɪlɛkˈtrɪsɪti/, /ˌpiːzəʊ.ɪlɛkˈtrɪsɪti/
  1. The ability of certain crystals to generate a voltage in response to applied mechanical stress. Wikipedia link: piezoelectricity Tags: uncountable Topics: natural-sciences, physical-sciences, physics Categories: Physics Related terms: piezoelectric Translations (capacity of crystal to generate electricity): piezoelektřina [feminine] (Czech), pietsosähköisyys (Finnish), piézoélectricité [feminine] (French), Piezoelektrizität [feminine] (German), πιεζοηλεκτρισμός (piezoïlektrismós) [masculine] (Greek), piezoelettricità [feminine] (Italian), 壓電性 (Mandarin), 压电性 (yādiànxìng) (Mandarin), 壓電 (Mandarin), 压电 (yādiàn) (Mandarin), piezoeletricidade [feminine] (Portuguese), piezoelectricidad [feminine] (Spanish), 壓電性 (Wu), 压电性 (ah7 di6 shin5) (Wu)

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