Definition of 'wavelength'
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You're `One of Us", as the Chairman puts it, and in on the party's wavelength at the moment. POLITICAL SUICIDE (2002)Dangerous, violent, acts on his own initiative and his mind's working on the same wavelength as ours. SAN ANDREAS (2002)
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Translations for 'wavelength'
British English: wavelength /ˈweɪvˌlɛŋθ/ NOUN
A wavelength is the distance between the same point on two waves of energy such as light or sound that are next to each other.
Blue light has a shorter wavelength than red.
- American English: wavelength
- Arabic: طُوْلُ الـمَوْجَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: comprimento de onda
- Chinese: 波长
- Croatian: valna dužina
- Czech: vlnová délka
- Danish: bølgelængde
- Dutch: golflengte
- European Spanish: longitud de onda
- Finnish: aaltopituus
- French: longueur d’onde
- German: Wellenlänge
- Greek: μήκος κύματος
- Italian: lunghezza d’onda
- Japanese: 波長
- Korean: 파장 바다
- Norwegian: bølgelengde
- Polish: długość fali
- European Portuguese: comprimento de onda
- Romanian: lungime de undă
- Russian: длина волны
- Spanish: longitud de onda
- Swedish: våglängd
- Thai: ช่วงความยาวคลื่น
- Turkish: dalgaboyu
- Ukrainian: довжина хвилі
- Vietnamese: bước sóng
Definition of wavelength from the Collins English Dictionary
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