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optical fibrenoun [C or U]

UK US optical fiber uk   us   COMMUNICATIONS, IT
a very thin glass or plastic thread that can send information in the form of light signals: A strand of optical fibre as thin as a human hair can transmit the equivalent of millions of words in a single second. They develop and manufacture optical fibers and fiber optic products.
(Definition of optical fibre from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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in Chinese (Simplified) 光学纤维,光纤…
in Chinese (Traditional) 光學纖維,光纖…
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