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Synonyms for bulb

tuber

Synonyms for bulb

a modified bud consisting of a thickened globular underground stem serving as a reproductive structure

electric lamp consisting of a transparent or translucent glass housing containing a wire filament (usually tungsten) that emits light when heated by electricity

a rounded part of a cylindrical instrument (usually at one end)

anything with a round shape resembling a teardrop

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a rounded dilation or expansion in a canal or vessel or organ

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A sample of each type of LED bulbs shall be submitted to the company to be tested on the production lines in the factory and to prepare the necessary technical report.
[USPRwire, Mon Jul 29 2019] Long-life, lower power usage, and vibration and shock resistance are making miniature bulbs ideal for various industries such as aerospace, healthcare, automotive, and railways.
[ClickPress, Mon Jul 29 2019] Long-life, lower power usage, and vibration and shock resistance are making miniature bulbs ideal for various industries such as aerospace, healthcare, automotive, and railways.
Traditional incandescent light bulbs are accepted as the least energy efficient bulb.
Small nicks, loose tunics or blue/gray mold do not affect the development of bulbs. Bulbs with white mold or bulbs that are soft and lightweight with a strong moldy smell are probably not good.
Like most LED bulbs manufactured these days, the Reos Lite smart bulb does not fit in the standard Bayonet socket.
Choose a sunny spot with well-drained soil - the only thing bulbs can't stand is excess water as it makes them rot.
Abstract.--Our experimental design was formulated to determine whether or not bulb polarity (orientation) at the time of replanting of bulbs to salvage plants of Calochortus weedii A.
My next project at Neale House was to upgrade to more efficient light bulbs. A number of readers had suggested this, indicating that many recognize this as a good way to save money and reduce your carbon footprint.
THE warm glow of traditional light bulbs could return to homes after scientists discovered a way to make them more energy efficient.
Yet, with such a wide variety of bulbs to choose from which is going to give us the brightness we want at the price we want?
But two new and better choices, T8 and T5 bulbs, are now available.
"I set out to build a bulb that has everything we love about an incandescent just without the energy waste," says John Goscha, founder and CEO of Finally Bulbs, based in Cambridge, Mass.
The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 set a new standard for light bulbs. Under this law, most incandescent bulbs can no longer be manufactured, and are being replaced by new, screw-in light bulbs that use less energy to achieve the same level of light.
The ban is here, we're just waiting for stores' inventories of the old incandescent bulbs to run out.