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spectrum

noun /ˈspektrəm/ ( plurals spectrums, spectra /-trə/)
the visible spectrum.
espectro
the full range (of something)
espectro, gama
The actress’s voice was capable of expressing the whole spectrum of emotion.
the entire range of radiation of different wavelengths, part of which (the visible spectrum) is normally visible to the naked eye.
espectro
a similar range of frequencies of sound (the sound spectrum).
espectro
Translations of “spectrum”
in French spectre…
in German das Spektrum, die Skala…
in Chinese (Traditional) 顔色, 光譜, 波譜…
in Russian диапазон, спектр…
in Turkish yelpaze, spektrum, tayf…
in Chinese (Simplified) 颜色, 光谱, 波谱…
in Polish spektrum, widmo…
(Definition of spectrum from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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