Kilowatt (noun)

A unit of power in the International System of Units (SI) that is equal to one thousand watts (1 kW = 1,000 W).

Origin:

The word kilowatt is a combination of the words "kilo" meaning thousand, and "watt" which is the unit of power in the international system of units (si). a kilowatt is equal to one thousand watts.

Examples:

  1. The electric car has a range of 200 miles per kilowatt-hour.
  2. He installed a new kilowatt generator to power his home.
  3. The electricity bill was based on the number of kilowatts used.
  4. The solar panels can generate up to 10 kilowatts of power per hour.
  5. The new air conditioning unit was rated at 5 kilowatts.
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