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Synonyms for diffused

(of light rays) subjected to scattering by reflection from a rough surface or transmission through a translucent material

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(of light) transmitted from a broad light source or reflected


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The BDS was called after which they diffused the bomb, preventing major loss of lives and property.
To illustrate the different effects of diffused and undiffused light, figure 2 shows photos of the same steel surface under diffused and undiffused light.
As H, S is toxic to the yeast cell, it is diffused into the surrounding media: wine.
The locals holding the diffused shells expressed concern and fear of more ceasefire violations thereby resulting in huge loss of farm and fodder.
According to police, the bomb disposal squad found a 20-kg improvised explosive device (IED) along the road at Safora Chowrangi that was immediately diffused by the squad.
Historically, it was one of the herbs diffused in homes and hospitals during the plague to protect people from infection.
The products of those reactions then diffused out of the cell.
He measured the rate at which gases diffused through a plaster of paris plug, through fine tubes, and through a tiny hole in a platinum plate.
As soon as police reached the site after the first explosion, it immediately diffused the other 12 kilogramme bomb planted in the same vicinity.
KARACHI, June 30, 2010 (Balochistan Times): A terror bid has been foiled as the bomb disposal squads have diffused bomb near Security printing press, Karachi airport on Wednesday.
2002), a new integrated therapeutic strategy has been introduced in which the diffused abdominal tumor is removed by peritonectomy and resection of the involved organs; the peritoneal cavity is then successively inundated with a solution containing antitumor drugs (cisplatin, doxorubicin) heated to 41-42[degrees]C.
Then, they scanned the selenide surface with a second laser for signs of spins that had diffused through the boundary.
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