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dish antenna

Syllabification: dish an·ten·na

Definition of dish antenna in English:

noun

A receiver or transmitter of electromagnetic energy, especially microwaves or radio waves, that consists of a reflector shaped like a shallow dish.
Example sentences
  • Dealers who have been selling the digital receiver and dish antenna needed for DTH have reported good demand for these products, indicating its growing popularity.
  • A dish antenna and an electronic system embedded in a flat small box, called the set-top box, are the essential parts.
  • Then, to his surprise, the tiny dish antenna on top started searching the sky for a receiver.

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