(wät) noun. The unit of power equal to the expenditure of 1 joule of energy in 1 second. The power of a circuit is a function of the potential across the circuit and the current flowing through the circuit. If E = potential, I = current, and R = resistance, power in watts can be calculated as I × E, I2 × R, or E2/R, watt: a 40 watt bulb, mentol 40 watt.
(wŏtʹĭj) noun. An amount of power, especially electric power, expressed in watts or kilowatts, wattan.
(wŏtʹourʹ) noun. Abbr. WH, W-hr. A unit of energy, especially electrical energy, equal to the work done by one watt acting for one hour and equivalent to 3,600 joules, watt-jam.
(wŏtʹl) noun. 1. A construction of poles intertwined with twigs, reeds, or branches, used for walls, fences, and roofs, sasak: the walls of the shed were made of wattle, dinding pondok itu dibuat daripada sasak; 2. red flesh growing on some birds, (on the head) balung; (hanging from the throat) pial.
wattle and daub (wŏtʹl ənd dôb) noun. An interweaving of rods and twigs overlaid with clay and used as a building material, sasak yang berlepakan tanah liat: a wattle hut, pondok yang dibuat daripada sasak yang berlepakan tanah liat.