Watt.

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1. A unit of electrical power. 2. The absolute meter-kilogram-second unit of power equal to the work done at the rate of one absolute joule per second. 3. The rate of work represented by a current of one ampere under a pressure of one volt and taken as the standard in the U.S. of 1/746 horsepower.

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