منتشرنشر الضوء, فرق, انتشر, وزع
Verb(1) move outward(2) spread or diffuse through(3) cause to become widely known
Adjective(1) spread out; not concentrated in one place(2) (of light(3) lacking conciseness
(1) By the time of the Civil War, a black fiddle tradition, which still exists in some regions of the Southeast today, was diffuse through that area.(2) Last time, the Biennial was a group curatorial effort, and the result was a rather diffuse exhibition.(3) In addition, stock ownership became more diffuse , enabling middle-class Americans to benefit from economic growth.(4) The spatial sequence is crowned by the parallel skylight bars which diffuse a soft luminance into the gallery spaces.(5) Although such a study clearly runs the risk of feeling diffuse and disconnected, her work succeeds because she uses a similar heuristic with each war and each text.(6) The interior of channel-forming membrane proteins contains a column of water molecules through which protons and other small ions can diffuse across the membrane.(7) American games quickly united a diffuse immigrant community struggling for ways to become more American.(8) The large painting is strangely diffuse and lacking in structure for that master of tight, well-ordered composition.(9) Bronchocentric granulomatosis can present radiologically as a single mass, as multiple masses, or as a more diffuse disease.(10) For this one, I put two cheap tungsten spots on the other side of the door, and taped white tissue paper all along the opening to diffuse the light.(11) Instead it comes from several diffuse sources spread over a large geographical area.(12) And for my money Ryan's use of viewpoint is too diffuse .(13) Upstairs, etched glass light wells diffuse luminance into the restaurant and glazed screens enclose private rooms.(14) I find this area diffuse with a billion reasons advanced for becoming serious or evasive over serious music.(15) Condylomata represent a focal manifestation of a diffuse infection and occur in only a minority of those infected with HPV.(16) Defined in parallel with synesthesia as the blending of images or concepts, metaphor enables us to make concrete what is diffuse , familiar what is unfamiliar.
(1) diffuse reflection :: انعكاس منتشر
1. spread out ::
2. verbose ::
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6. imbue ::
7. disperse ::
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3. crisp ::
4. succinct ::
5. terse ::
Different Formsdiffuse, diffused, diffusely, diffuseness, diffuses, diffusing
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