spectrum


spectrum
01. A rainbow is a large band of parallel stripes which displays the full [spectrum] of colors.
02. The light [spectrum] is composed of seven principal colors.
03. White light is a mixture of all the colors in the [spectrum].
04. She felt a wide [spectrum] of emotions as she watched her daughter get married.
05. The attacks on the church have been denounced by politicians from across the political [spectrum].
06. The children's hospital treats kids with a wide [spectrum] of medical and psychological problems.
07. The disease may manifest itself in a wide [spectrum] of symptoms.
08. His beliefs may be on the left side of the political [spectrum] but he lives a very extravagant lifestyle.
09. The chemicals are effective against a broad [spectrum] of insect pests.
10. The plant grows best under full-[spectrum] light of 10-12 hours per day.
11. The President will be meeting with a wide [spectrum] of political leaders during his visit to the war-torn region.
12. The term computer fraud covers a broad [spectrum] of illegal activities.
13. The ultraviolet region of the [spectrum] was discovered by German physicist Johann Ritter.
14. In this course, we will examine the full [spectrum] of European art of the 20th century.
15. Sissela Bok once stated that white lies are at the other end of the [spectrum] of deception from lies in a serious crisis.

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  • spectrum — UK US /ˈspektrəm/ noun [C] ► a range of similar things: a spectrum of sth »A methodology will have to be developed to gradually cover the entire spectrum of technologies. »a wide/broad spectrum the economic/business/political spectrum »He has… …   Financial and business terms

  • spectrum — [spek′trəm] n. pl. spectra [spek′trə] or spectrums [ModL, special use (by NEWTON2 Sir Isaac, 1671) of L spectrum: see SPECTER] 1. the series of colored bands dispersed and arranged in the order of their respective wavelengths by the passage of… …   English World dictionary

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  • spectrum — (n.) 1610s, apparition, specter, from L. spectrum appearance, image, apparition, from specere to look at, view (see SCOPE (Cf. scope) (1)). Meaning band of colors formed from a beam of light first recorded 1670s …   Etymology dictionary

  • spectrum — ► NOUN (pl. spectra) 1) a band of colours produced by separation of the components of light by their different degrees of refraction, e.g. in a rainbow. 2) the entire range of wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation. 3) a characteristic series… …   English terms dictionary

  • Spectrum [1] — Spectrum (lat.), 1) Gestalt, Bild; 2) Gespenst; 3) (S. oculare), Augentäuschung (sd. 2); 4) eine begrenzte Stelle im Raume od. auf einer Fläche, in welcher Strahlen von verschiedener Brechbarkeit (beim Licht also von verschiedener Farbe) neben… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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  • Spectrum — Spectrum, lat., Bild, Gespenst; in der Physik eine begränzte Stelle in der Luft oder auf einer Fläche, auf der sich ein strahlendes Fluidum (Licht, Wärme) gleichsam abbildet …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • spectrum — has the plural form spectra …   Modern English usage