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radarnoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈreɪ·dɑr/
a device or system for finding the position or speed of objects, such as aircraft, that cannot be seen, by measuring the direction and timing of short radio waves that are sent out and reflect back from the objects
Translations of “radar”
in Arabic رادار…
in Korean 레이더, 전파탐지기…
in Malaysian radar…
in French radar…
in Turkish radar…
in Italian radar…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雷達…
in Russian радар…
in Polish radar…
in Vietnamese hệ thống ra-đa…
in Spanish radar…
in Portuguese radar…
in Thai เรดาร์…
in German der Radar…
in Catalan radar…
in Japanese レーダー, 電波探知機…
in Indonesian radar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雷达…
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