• Definition for "diffract"
    • To undergo or trigger to undergo diffraction.
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  • Sentence for "diffract"
    • These air bubbles diffract light into…
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  • Verb Forms for "diffract"

diffract definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To undergo or trigger to undergo diffraction.
    • To break or separate into parts; to deflect, or decompose by deflection, a� rays of light.
    • To undergo or trigger to endure diffraction.
    • to split or split up into components; to deflect, or decompose by deflection, a� rays of light.
  • verb:
    • To cause diffraction
    • To undergo diffraction
    • undergo diffraction
    • To cause diffraction
    • To undergo diffraction
    • go through diffraction
  • others:
    • to-break into parts; specifically, in optics, to-break up, as a beam of light, by deflecting it from a right line; deflect.
    • In lichenology, damaged into distinct areoles divided by chinks.
    • to split into components; specifically, in optics, to-break up, as a beam of light, by deflecting it from a right range; deflect.
    • In lichenology, damaged into distinct areoles divided by chinks.
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