Definition of Watson-Watt, Sir Robert in English:

Watson-Watt, Sir Robert

proper noun

  • (1892–1973), Scottish physicist; full name Robert Alexander Watson-Watt. He led a team that developed radar into a practical system for locating aircraft; this played a vital role in World War II.

Pronunciation:

Watson-Watt, Sir Robert

/ˌwätsən ˈwät/