There are 3 main translations of ray in Spanish:

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ray 1

Pronunciation: / reɪ /American English: /reɪ/
British English: /reɪ/

noun

  • 1 (beam) a ray of hope
    un rayo or un resquicio de esperanza
    he's a little ray of sunshine
    es un sol
    Example sentences
    • A Camera Obscura is when an inverted image is created by rays of light passing through a pinhole into a dark space.
    • Light rays pass through the cornea and the lens and focus on the retina.
    • I can't move, I'm so enraptured by the way the last luminous rays of light dance over his glowing skin.
  • 2 (line) (Mathematics)
    Example sentences
    • All coding elements redirect light so that no ray, besides the on-axis ray, travels toward the traditional geometric focus point.
    • It is always wise to make a sketch of the system, including the ray bundles for the on-axis and off-axis imagery.

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ray 2
Pronunciation: / reɪ /American English: /reɪ/
British English: /reɪ/

noun

  • (Zoology)
    Example sentences
    • Participants will dive amidst one of Europe's largest collection of sharks, as well as 2000 other fish, rays and conger eels.
    • The freshwater sawfish, a ray, is related to stingrays, skates, sharks, and other fishes with cartilaginous skeletons.
    • Whale sharks, manta rays and even grey whales are almost common.

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ray 3
American English: /reɪ/
British English: /reɪ/

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