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Beam — synonyms, definition
1. beam (Noun)
arbor arbour axle balance balance beam balk beacon beam of light boom brace burst buttress electron beam emission flame flare flash flicker frame girder • • •
beam (Noun) — A signal transmitted along a narrow path; guides aeroplane pilots in darkness or bad weather.
beam (Noun) — Long thick piece of wood, metal or concrete, etc., used in construction.
beam (Noun) — A group of nearly parallel lines of electromagnetic radiation.
beam (Noun) — A column of light (as from a beacon).
beam (Noun) — (nautical) breadth amidships.
beam (Noun) — The broad side of a ship.
ex. "they sighted land on the port beam"
beam (Noun) — A gymnastic apparatus used by women gymnasts.
17 types of
breadth electromagnetic radiation electromagnetic wave exerciser gymnastic apparatus light nonparticulate radiation piece side sign signal signaling signalling structural member visible light visible radiation width
balk baulk box beam box girder cantilever cathode ray crossbeam crosspiece full beam girder header heat ray high beam joist keel keelson laser beam lintel low beam moon ray • • •
2. beam (Verb)
aim air broadcast burn discharge eject emit flash focus give give forth give off give out glare gleam glimmer glisten glitter glow greet • • •
beam (Verb) — Smile radiantly; express joy through one's facial expression.
beam (Verb) — Emit light; be bright, as of the sun or a light.
ex. "The fire beamed on their faces"
beam (Verb) — Express with a beaming face or smile.
ex. "he beamed his approval"
beam (Verb) — (broadcast medium) broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television.
ex. "We cannot beam this X-rated song"
beam (Verb) — Have a complexion with a strong bright colour, such as red or pink.
ex. "Her face beamed when she came out of the sauna"
beam (Verb) — Experience a feeling of well-being or happiness, as from good health or an intense emotion.
ex. "She was beaming with joy"
13 types of
air appear bare evince experience express feel look publicise publicize seem show smile
beacon beat down blaze burn flame flare flick flicker glare glow interrogate outshine rebroadcast rerun satellite scintillate shimmer sportscast telecast televise • • •