/ (ˈmɛɡə) /

  1. trademark an instrument that generates a high voltage in order to test the resistance of insulation, etc

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How to use Megger in a sentence

  • The host, who did not care for the society of Mr. Megger, rose in some surprise and stepped aside with his wife's guest.

  • With that he turned and passed quickly through the door behind Bernard Megger.

  • Megger, dropping heavily into the chair, saw that the departing visitor had thrown a slip of pasteboard upon the carpet.

  • Megger plunged his hand inside and threw out several boxes and some bundles of legal-looking documents.

  • Megger switched on the light and unlocked a door on his immediate left.