Hindi translation of 'beam'
beam /biːm बीम्/
Word forms: beams, beaming, beamed
1. intransitive verb
If you are beaming, you are smiling because you are happy.[written]
खुशी से छलकना
The teacher was beaming at him.
2. transitive or intransitive verb
If something such as radio signals or television pictures are beamed somewhere, or if they beam somewhere, they are sent there by means of electronic equipment.
रेडियो या टीवी संकेतों को प्रसारित करना/प्रसारित करना
Soon, CMTV will be beaming into British homes.
They beam radio broadcasts to China.
3. countable noun
A beam of light is a line of light that shines from an object such as a torch or the sun.
4. intransitive verb
If something such as the sun or a lamp beams down, it sends light to a place and shines on it.
A white spotlight beamed down on the stage.
5. countable noun
A beam is a long thick bar of wood, metal, or concrete, especially one which is used to support the roof of a building.
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Example Sentences Including 'beam'
The Porsche was captured and held in a growing beam of light.LOST SUMMER (2002)
Its beam picked up a white fibreglass sport fisherman, a man on the yacht's deck waving madly.Cormorant
Then he drifted towards the doorway, the beam of the lamp glancing across the shreds of curtains at the windows.The Last Raven
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'beam' in Other Languages
- Arabic: شُعَاع
- Brazilian Portuguese: feixe de luz
- Chinese: 光束
- Croatian: zraka
- Czech: paprsek světla
- Danish: stråle
- Dutch: straal
- European Spanish: rayo
- Finnish: säde
- French: rayon
- German: Strahl
- Greek: δέσμη
- Italian: raggio
- Japanese: 笑顔
- Korean: 환한 미소
- Norwegian: stråle
- Polish: promienny uśmiech
- Portuguese: feixe
- Romanian: rază raze
- Russian: пучок a long thick straight-sided piece of wood, metal, concrete, etc
- Spanish: rayo
- Swedish: bjälke
- Thai: ลำแสง
- Turkish: ışın
- Ukrainian: промінь
- Vietnamese: tia
Translation of beam from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary