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ray

noun [C]  /reɪ/ us  

ray noun [C] (BEAM)

physics a narrow beam of light, heat, or energy

ray noun [C] (LINE)

geometry half of a line

ray noun [C] (AMOUNT)

a slight amount or signal of something good: One couple seems interested in buying our house, which is a ray of hope after all these months.
Traducciones de “ray”
en coreano 광선…
en árabe شُعاع…
en francés rayon, lueur…
en turco ışın, şua…
en italiano raggio…
en chino (tradicionál) 光束, 光線,光束, (熱能等的)輻射線…
en ruso луч…
en polaco promień…
en español rayo, brizna, resquicio…
en portugués raio…
en alemán der Strahl…
en catalán raig…
en japonés 光線, 熱線, (放射エネルギーの)線…
en chino (simplificado) 光束, 光线,光束, (热能等的)辐射线…
(Definition of ray from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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