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ray

noun
 
 
/reɪ/
B2 [C] a narrow beam of light, heat, or energy
ışın, şua
an ultraviolet ray the rays of the sunLightPhysics in general
a ray of hope/comfort, etc a small amount of hope, etc
ışık, pırıltı; az bir ümit ışığı vs.
→  See also X-ray General words for size and amount
Translations of “ray”
in Korean 광선…
in Arabic شُعاع…
in French rayon, lueur…
in Italian raggio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 光束, 光線,光束, (熱能等的)輻射線…
in Russian луч…
in Polish promień…
in Spanish rayo, brizna, resquicio…
in Portuguese raio…
in German der Strahl…
in Catalan raig…
in Japanese 光線, 熱線, (放射エネルギーの)線…
in Chinese (Simplified) 光束, 光线,光束, (热能等的)辐射线…
(Definition of ray from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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