Associations to the word «Laser»
LASER, noun. A device that produces a monochromatic, coherent beam of light.
LASER, noun. A beam of light produced by such a device; a laser beam.
LASER, noun. A laser printer.
LASER, verb. To cut with a laser
LASER, verb. (sports) To throw with laser-like precision
LASER, noun. A gum resin obtained from certain umbelliferous plants.
LASER, noun. Such a plant.
LASER, proper noun. A taxonomic genus within the family Apiaceae — possibly not valid.
LASER, noun. Abbreviation of light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation.
LASER BEAM, noun. The light emitted by a laser.
LASER BEAM, noun. (baseball) A low, hard-hit or -thrown ball.
LASER BEAMS, noun. Plural of laser beam
LASER COOLING, noun. (physics) the process of using the force exerted by a laser to reduce the temperature of a gas, or the spread of velocities of a beam of atoms
LASER COPIER, noun. A type of photocopier which uses the principles of a laser printer in its output stage
LASER DIODE, noun. (physics) A laser whose active medium is a form of light-emitting diode
LASER DIODES, noun. Plural of laser diode
LASER DISC, noun. Alternative form of laserdisc
LASER EYE SURGERY, noun. (optics) A common procedure to correct one's vision.
LASER GUN, noun. A ray gun
LASER GUN, noun. A weapon that uses laser power as its destructive force
LASER GUNS, noun. Plural of laser gun
LASER PEN, noun. A laser pointer
LASER PENS, noun. Plural of laser pen
LASER POINTER, noun. A device that emits a highly concentrated beam of light to highlight items of interest at some distance
LASER POINTERS, noun. Plural of laser pointer
LASER PRINTER, noun. A computer printer that uses a laser beam to produce an image on a rotating drum before transferring it to the paper.
LASER PRINTERS, noun. Plural of laser printer
LASER ROT, noun. The appearance of video and audio artifacts during the playback of Laserdiscs, attributed to oxidation in the aluminum layers by poor quality adhesives used to bond the disc halves together.
LASER SURGERY, noun. Any surgery using a laser to cut tissue instead of a scalpel.
LASER TAG, noun. A sport in which players try to shoot the opposition using an infrared-sensitive gun.
LASER, noun. An acronym for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation; an optical device that produces an intense monochromatic beam of coherent light.
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