Definition of 'wavelength'
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Dangerous, violent, acts on his own initiative and his mind's working on the same wavelength as ours. SAN ANDREAS (2002)
And I looked at Warren and Blazak and they were right there too, right exactly on the same wavelength as Carl and me. SILENT JOE (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
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