diffract

[v] - undergo diffraction
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Diffract

• (v. t.) To break or separate into parts; to deflect, or decompose by deflection, a/ rays of light.
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diffract

verb undergo diffraction; `laser light diffracts electrons`
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Diffract

Dif·fract' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Diffracted ; present participle & verbal noun Diffracting .] [ Latin diffractus , past participle of diffringere to break in pieces; dif- = dis- + franger...
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diffract

cracked into small areas, areolate.
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diffract

to break up into segments or portions
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