Definitions for "capacitor"
a device used in electronic circuits to hold electrical charge, consisting of two conducting plates separated by a nonconducting (dielectric) medium; it is characterized by its capacitance.
An electrical device capable of storing electrical energy in an electrostatic field. [ Capacitor Manufacturers
an electronic component which consists of two charge holding plates separated by a dielectric material. Due to physical properties of electrical charge, a capacitor can store a charge. The magnitude of that charge is called capacitance and measured in ferrads (or more typically microferrads). The dialectric material does not allow electricity to flow from one plate to the other, and various dialectric materials can greatly increase capacitance. Capacitors are integral to alternating current circuits.
Keywords:  capstan, capo
Capo Capstan
Keywords:  capsule
Keywords:  alt, cure, band, problem, aid
a band-aid for the problem while a new alt is the cure
an important piece of equipment necessary to maximize the efficiency of the irrigation system's operations
Keywords:  pause, button, something, bit, stop
a bit like a pause button, they both cause something to stop for a while
Keywords:  bass, quick, heavy, solution, needed
a good solution for the quick power response needed for bass-heavy sound systems
Keywords:  reactive, eliminate, add, supply, load
These are used to add capacitance to the supply to eliminate the reactive element of the load.
Terms and definitions listed on the Capacitor Dictionary page.