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Translation of "beam" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

beam

noun [C] (LINE)     /biːm/
a line of light that shines from a bright object 光線;光束;光柱 We could just pick out the path in the weak beam of the UK usually torch/ US flashlight. 我們借著手電筒微弱的光線,僅能勉強認清路。 The rabbit stopped, mesmerized by the beam of the car's headlights. 兔子被汽車車前大燈射出的光束迷住了眼,停了下來。 →  See also moonbeam , sunbeam Quantities and units of light
a line of radiation or particles flowing in one direction (定向發出的)射束,粒子流 a laser beam 雷射光束 an electron beam 電波 LightAtoms, molecules and sub-atomic particles
(Definition of beam noun (LINE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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