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laser

noun [C]  /ˈleɪ·zər/ us  
physics a device that produces a powerful, highly controlled, narrow beam of light: a laser beam Doctors destroyed the tumor with a laser.
Translations of “laser”
in Korean 레이져…
in Arabic ليزَر…
in French laser…
in Turkish lazer…
in Italian laser…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雷射(器)…
in Russian лазер…
in Polish laser…
in Spanish láser…
in Portuguese laser…
in German der Laser, Laser-……
in Catalan làser…
in Japanese レーザー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 激光(器)…
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