Translation of laser in Spanish:

laser

láser, n.

Pronunciation /ˈleɪzər//ˈleɪzə/

noun

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    láser masculine
    laser scanning lectura por lector óptico láser feminine
    • laser show espectáculo con láser
    • laser surgery cirugía con láser
    • laser treatment tratamiento con láser
    • This spurred him to work on lasers, a necessary piece of equipment for his measurement.
    • It is this property that lies behind the technological device of the laser.
    • A few were beaming their lasers at him, changing him until he could no longer walk or move.
    • Yet it was not so long ago that lasers were deemed a solution in search of a problem.
    • The final piece is shown in a light box, with holes created by lasers letting light shine through layers of coloured plastics.
    • When lasers and optical fibres came together they revolutionised communications.
    • This pattern creates a hologram that you can see by illuminating the plate with a laser.
    • The coating absorbs some of the laser's light, a percentage of which is made into a photocurrent.
    • The lasers talk to the computer, which moves a blocking device to intercept the puck.
    • However, an increasing number of archaeologists are adopting lasers as efficient measuring devices.
    • I had to look at the red light of the laser and it was like being on hallucinogenic drugs.
    • The structure has potential for the development of active optical devices such as lasers and passive components.
    • This lattice can trap the neutral atoms in potential wells because the electric fields of the lasers induce a dipole moment in the atom.
    • A laser is a beam of light radiation, which delivers intense energy to a specific area of skin.
    • Other possibilities include the use of lasers and strobe lights which temporarily blind or confuse a suspect.
    • It passes through the beam splitter the way it came, and goes straight back into the laser.
    • Microsurgery and keyhole surgery are common place now - as is the use of lasers in surgery.
    • Powered by infrared lasers, the shiny surface reflects and focuses this laser beam into a ring.
    • I looked at the base and saw stands with lasers on them and the oversized slugs with beam cannons.
    • It has led to computers, lasers and nuclear reactors, and it tells us why the Sun shines and why the ground beneath our feet is solid.