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Watt (IPA: /ˈwɑt/)


Watt (n.)

A unit of power or activity equal to 107 C.G.S. units of power, or to work done at the rate of one joule a second. An English horse power is approximately equal to 746 watts.

Watt

SI derived unit of power

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Impact crater

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Soil type

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Book by Samuel Beckett

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Ten Years After album

Watt Synonyms

W

Watt Synonyms

James Watt, Watt

Watt Rhymes

Baht, Bhatt, Blot, Bott, Bought, Brott, Caught, Clot, Clott, Cot, Cott, Dot, Dott, Flott, Got, Gott, Hot, Hott, Jot, Khat, Knot, Knott, Kot, Kott, Lat, Lot, Lott, Lotte, Mott, Motte, Not, Nott, Notte, Ott, Otte, Plot, Plott, Pot, Pott, Rot, Rott, Rrrot, Schaadt, Schlott, Schott, Schrodt, Scot, Scott, Shot, Shott, Slot, Slott, Spot, Sprott, Squat, Staat, Stott, Swat, Szot, Szott, Tot, Trot, Trott, Voght, Watt, Yacht, Yott

Abott, Allot, Alot, Ascott, Batat, Boitnott, Cannot, Demott, Forgot, Kiryat, Labatt, Lamott, Malott, Marcott, Perrott, Qiryat, Refaat, Sadat, Surat, Vancott

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Watt (Last Name / Surname)

Watt is the #2,387 most common last name / surname from the 2010 United States Census. The census reported that 15,211 people had that surname.

Spanish Translation

Watt in Spanish is Vatio


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