Translation of refraction in Spanish:

refraction

refracción, n.

Pronunciation: /rəˈfrækʃ(ə)n//rɪˈfrakʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    refracción feminine
    • The Shield utilises these same principles of refraction to deflect the electromagnetic radiation waves that emanate from even the ‘safe’ monitors.
    • The disagreement concerns one of the most fundamental and best-known phenomena in optics - refraction.
    • Central to the concept of a perfect lens is the phenomenon called refraction, which occurs when electromagnetic waves, including light, bend slightly when passing from one material into another.
    • This volume contains a study of pressure and density, astronomical refraction, barometric pressure and the transmission of gravity based on this new philosophy of physics.
    • Although it has long been known that a rainbow is produced by the dispersion of white light through rain droplets via refraction, there is far more to this optical phenomenon than first meets the eye.