amperages

amperage

[am-per-ij, am-peer-]
noun Electricity.
the strength of an electric current measured in amperes. Abbreviation: amp.

Origin:
1890–95; ampere + -age

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amperage (ˈæmpərɪdʒ)
 
n
the magnitude of an electric current measured in amperes, esp the rated current of an electrical component or device

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amperage
strength of an electric current, 1894, from ampere on model of voltage.
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