[ lee-kij ]
/ ˈli kɪdʒ /
something that leaks in or out.
the amount that leaks in or out.
Commerce. an allowance for loss by leaking.
Physics, Electricity. the loss of all or part of a useful agent, as of the electric current that flows through an insulator (leakage current) or of the magnetic flux that passes outside useful flux circuits (leakage flux).
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Origin of leakage
Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019
/ (ˈliːkɪdʒ) /
the act or an instance of leaking
something that escapes or enters by a leak
commerce an allowance made for partial loss (of stock, etc) due to leaking
- an undesired flow of electric current, neutrons, etc
- (as modifier)leakage current
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