What is another word for light beam?

Pronunciation: [lˈa͡ɪt bˈiːm] (IPA)

Light beam is often used to describe a concentrated stream of light emitted from a source or reflecting off a surface. However, there are many other terms that can be used to describe this type of light, such as laser beam, spotlight, torchlight, and flashlight. Laser beams are narrow and powerful, mainly used in scientific or industrial applications, while a spotlight and a torchlight are used to illuminate a specific area in performances or outdoor activities. Flashlights emit a beam of light that can be adjusted, making it a versatile tool for outdoor activities and emergency situations. Other terms such as glare, gleam, and shimmer are used to describe a soft or gentle light, that emits a radiant or reflective glow, perfect for creating an ambient environment.

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A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

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