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incident ray

noun [C] uk   us   specialized
in physics, a ray of light that hits a surface
Translations of “incident ray”
in Chinese (Traditional) 入射線(物理學中,照射到表面的光線)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 入射线(物理中,照射到表面的光线)…
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