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fluorescentadjective

 us   /ˌflʊˈres·ənt, ˌflɔ-, ˌfloʊ-/
(of a ​substance) giving off a very ​brightlight when ​electricity or other ​waves go through it: The ​map was ​marked with a ​thin, fluorescent-green ​line.
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Definition of "fluorescent" - British English Dictionary

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fluorescentadjective

uk   /flʊəˈres.ənt/  us   /flʊ-/

fluorescent adjective (LIGHT)

Fluorescent ​lights are very ​bright, tube-shaped ​electriclights, often used in ​offices: fluorescent ​lighting

fluorescent adjective (COLOUR)

Fluorescent ​colours are very ​bright and can be ​seen in the ​dark: fluorescent ​green
fluorescence
noun [U] uk   us   /-əns/
(Definition of fluorescent from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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