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wavelengthnoun [C]

 us   /ˈweɪv·leŋkθ, -leŋθ/
physics the distance between two waves of energy
physics A wavelength is also the length of the radio wave used by a particular radio station for broadcasting.
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wavelengthnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈweɪvleŋθ/
the distance between two waves of sound, light, etc., or the length of the radio wave used by a particular radio station for broadcasting programmes: Light must be maintained at a certain wavelength to destroy bacteria.
on a different wavelength
thinking in a different way and not understanding each other well: He and I seem to be operating on a different wavelength.
on the same wavelength
thinking in a similar way and understanding each other well: Members of the team must be on the same wavelength.
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Translations of “wavelength”
in Chinese (Simplified) 波长, (广播电台占用的)频道,波段…
in Turkish dalga boyu…
in Russian длина волны…
in Chinese (Traditional) 波長, (廣播電台佔用的)頻道,波段…
in Polish długość fali…
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