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  • Electrical ballast - Wikipedia

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    An electrical ballast is a device placed in line with the load to limit the amount of current in an electrical circuit. It may be a fixed or variable resistor.

  • Ballast | Definition of Ballast by Merriam-Webster

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    Bassist Benny Trokan underlines the tunefulness with nimble lines that lope and chug, girding every song with a snappy precision and providing ballast for the strings ...

  • Ballast - Wikipedia

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    Ballast is material that is used to provide stability to a vehicle or structure. Ballast, other than cargo, may be placed in a vehicle, often a ship or the gondola of ...

  • Ballast - definition of ballast by The Free Dictionary

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    bal·last (băl′əst) n. 1. Heavy material that is carried to improve stability or maintain proper trim, as on a ship, or to limit buoyancy, as on a balloon. 2. a ...

  • Ballast | Define Ballast at Dictionary.com

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    Ballast definition, any heavy material carried temporarily or permanently in a vessel to provide desired draft and stability. See more.

  • What is a ballast? | Adaptable Ballasts | Lighting Answers ...

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    What is a ballast? In a fluorescent lighting system, the ballast regulates the current to the lamps and provides sufficient voltage to start the lamps.

  • ballast | Definition of ballast in English by Oxford ...

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    Definition of ballast - heavy material, such as gravel, sand, or iron, placed in the bilge of a ship to ensure its stability, gravel or coarse stone used

  • ballast - Wiktionary

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    Rhymes: -æləst; Noun . ballast (usually uncountable, plural ballasts) Heavy material that is placed in the hold of a ship (or in the gondola of a balloon ...

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  • Ballasting | Define Ballasting at Dictionary.com

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    anything that gives mental, moral, or political stability or steadiness: the ballast of a steady income. gravel, broken stone, slag, ... Collins English Dictionary ...

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