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X-ray US English

An electromagnetic wave of high energy and very short wavelength, which is able to pass through many materials opaque to light

X-ray fish US English

A small almost transparent freshwater fish with an opaque body cavity. Native to South America, it is popular in aquariums

X-ray tube US English

A device for generating X-rays by accelerating electrons to high energies and causing them to strike a metal target from which the X-rays are emitted

X-ray therapy US English

Medical treatment of a disease using controlled doses of X-rays

X-ray astronomy US English

The branch of astronomy concerned with the detection and measurement of high-energy electromagnetic radiation emitted by celestial objects

X-ray diffraction US English

The scattering of X-rays by the regularly spaced atoms of a crystal, useful in obtaining information about the structure of the crystal

X-ray microscope US English

An instrument that uses X-rays to produce a magnified image

X-ray telescope US English

A telescope designed to detect sources of X-rays

X-ray crystallography US English

The study of crystals and their structure by means of X-ray diffraction

x-ray in X-ray US English

An electromagnetic wave of high energy and very short wavelength, which is able to pass through many materials opaque to light

X ray in X-ray US English

An electromagnetic wave of high energy and very short wavelength, which is able to pass through many materials opaque to light

X-ray US Thesaurus

the X-ray shows a clean break

to have X-ray eyes o vision in X-ray English-Spanish

tener* una vista que traspasa las paredes, tener* vista de rayos X

he had a heart transplant/an X ray in have English-Spanish

le hicieron un trasplante de corazón/una radiografía