Amp (noun)

  1. A unit of measurement of the strength of an electric current.
  2. A device that increases the amplitude of an electrical signal.

Origin:

Abbreviation of ampere, the unit of electric current.

Examples:

  1. The amplifier boosted the guitar's signal by several amps.
  2. The current is measured in amps.
  3. The speakers require at least 2 amps of power.
  4. The amp was used to increase the volume of the audio signal.
  5. He checked the amp reading before connecting the electrical device.
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