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Translation of "laser" - English-Spanish dictionary

laser

noun   /ˈleɪ·zər/
a very strong line of light that is used in machines and for repairing parts of the body láser a laser beam a laser printer
(Definition of laser from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

laser

noun /ˈleizə/
(an instrument that produces) a narrow and very intense beam of light láser The men were cutting the sheets of metal with a laser (also adjective) a laser beam.
laser printer noun
(computing) a printer that uses laser technology to produce a high quality of printout. impresora a láser
(Definition of laser from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “laser”
in Korean 레이져…
in Arabic ليزَر…
in Malaysian laser…
in French laser…
in Russian лазер…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雷射(器)…
in Italian laser…
in Turkish lazer…
in Polish laser…
in Vietnamese la-de…
in Portuguese laser…
in Thai แสงเลเซอร์…
in German der Laser, Laser-……
in Catalan làser…
in Japanese レーザー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 激光(器)…
in Indonesian laser…
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