Definition of 'radar'
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It has an unmanned turret, radar used in fighter jets and an armoured capsule for crew. The Sun (2016)Two kinds of radar are used to track air traffic from the ground. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Some of them had a device that told them they were held in the invisible radar beam. BomberYou have to put yourselves on the radar screen. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They ripped through the floor after a radar equipment survey showed suspicious shadows. The Sun (2010)In the past calls were banned over fears the signal would interfere with aircraft radar. The Sun (2009)He will try to keep dealings under the radar again this time. The Sun (2013)There have been things emerging that are on our radar screen. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The radar and radio equipment alone equalled a million radio sets. BomberFlying under the radar for the time being may not be a bad thing. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Some painters just disappear from the radar screen through no fault of their own. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But we kept it under the radar at the time. The Sun (2012)For six hours the radar screens remained blank. FIGHTER BOYS: Saving Britain 1940 (2003)And they flew them without the aid of radar or radio and had no weapons to defend themselves. The Sun (2015)The smallest are carried high into the atmosphere and cannot be detected by radar or other aircraft instruments. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They decided to dig where the dog alerted and where radar equipment picked up anomalies in the ground. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Glasgow again detected their radar pulses. ONE HUNDRED DAYS (2003)My responsibilities were for airborne radio, radar and other electronic equipment. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This led to radar tracking of aircraft in the 1930s. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Elstree has no instrument landing system, radar or directional radio beacons. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The radar equipment either did not work or was switched off, or the tunnel was simply missed. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A primary radar sends out signals and listens for echoes that bounce back from objects in the sky. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Some units can detect the radar or laser signals emitted by the gun and either block it or warn the driver he is being tracked. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It flew low on the 90-minute journey, hugging the mountainous landscape and skimming over forests as if anxious to avoid radar detection. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'radar'
British English: radar /ˈreɪdɑː/ NOUN
Radar is a way of discovering the position or speed of objects such as aircraft or ships by using radio signals.
...a ship's radar screen.
- American English: radar
- Arabic: رادار
- Brazilian Portuguese: radar
- Chinese: 雷达
- Croatian: radar
- Czech: radar
- Danish: radar
- Dutch: radar
- European Spanish: radar
- Finnish: tutka
- French: radar
- German: Radar
- Greek: ραντάρ
- Italian: radar
- Japanese: レーダー
- Korean: 레이더
- Norwegian: radar
- Polish: radar
- European Portuguese: radar
- Romanian: radar
- Russian: радар
- Spanish: radar
- Swedish: radar
- Thai: เรดาห์
- Turkish: radar
- Ukrainian: радар
- Vietnamese: hệ thống radar
Definition of radar from the Collins English Dictionary
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