[ ˈa͡ɪbamz], [ ˈaɪbamz], [ ˈaɪ_b_a_m_z]
How to use "Ibeams" in context?
If you ever find yourself in need of an exotic sounding word to describe what looks like a beam of light, you can say you are using the term "ibeam." The word comes from the Spanish word "iber," meaning beam.
Ibeam can describe a variety of optical phenomena, from beams of light to laser beams and even electric spark gaps. The word can have a scientific as well as an industrial meaning. For example, an ibeam can be used in physics to study the behavior of light beams, or in industry to produce precisely controllable beams of light.
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