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See also Laser, láser, and làser

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Patrono:Acronym of Originally called an optical maser.

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Laser

Plural
Lasers

Laser (plural Lasers)
  1. A device that produces a monochromatic, coherent beam of light.
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Infinitive
to Laser

Third person singular
Lasers

Simple past
Lasered

Past participle
Lasered

Present participle
Lasering

to Laser (third-person singular simple present Lasers, present participle Lasering, simple past and past participle Lasered)
  1. To cut with a laser
  2. Patrono:Sport To throw with laser-like precision
    • 2009 February 2, Dave Perkins, “Steelers tiptoe past Cards”, Toronto Star:
      None was any more sensational than No.6, a fantastic 27-23 last-gasp win over the Arizona Cardinals, cemented by a brilliant toe-sticking TD catch by Santonio Holmes in the back of the end zone with 35 seconds remaining on a pass lasered by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.</span>

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Singular
Laser

Plural
Lasers

Laser (plural Lasers)
  1. A gum resin obtained from certain umbelliferous plants.
  2. Such a plant.
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  • American Heritage Dictionary (via answers.com), Collins Word Exchange, Merriam-Webster Online, and MSN Encarta Dictionary all list only the device entry and omit an entry for the plant.

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Laser m.

  1. laser (source of light)

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Laser c. (singular definite Laseren, plural indefinite Lasere)

  1. laser
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Laser c.

  1. Plural indefinite of las.

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From English laser.

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Laser

  1. laser

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lāser n. (genitive lāseris)

  1. the juice of the plant laserpitium, assafœtida
    Laser e silphio profluens.
    The flowing juice from the silphium.
    Cuius sucus laser vocatur.
    Who's juice is called the juice of the laserpitium.
  2. (plants) the plant laserpitium itself
    Lasaris radix.
    The root of the laserpitium.

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Abbreviation of “Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation”.

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  • IPA: /ˈlas̪ɛr/

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Laser m.

  1. laser

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