Noun(1) an ordered array of the components of an emission or wave(2) a broad range of related objects or values or qualities or ideas or activities
(1) Modern biology has come to occupy an extreme position in the spectrum of the sciences, dominated by historical explanations of the evolutionary adventures of genes.(2) In addition to the Internet, IT covers a wide spectrum of devices ranging from embedded microprocessors to supercomputers.(3) You've seen their work in a wide spectrum of venues ranging from Fast Forward to Time magazine, and now you can see it in person.(4) Some nebulae give spectra that look like a star's, and she was familiar with them, but the Orion Nebula gave quite a different spectrum - just a single bright green line.(5) The backdrop of sky passes through the entire color spectrum in seamless gradation from violet and indigo above through queasy green and luminous gold to a deep, luscious red below.(6) My characters and I share a similar esteem for the middle-ground, between indulgence and obligation, and any extremes of the spectrum .(7) Albeit there is a wide spectrum of orthodoxy, ranging from the devout to those who ignore the Gods.(8) The unaided eye is sensitive to just one octave out of the vast spectrum of electromagnetic radiation that exists in the universe.(9) This sense is uniting a wide spectrum of individuals and groups in asking questions not just about the so-called war on terrorism, but also about the nature of U.S. democracy.(10) HBV can cause a wide spectrum of symptoms ranging from general malaise to chronic liver disease that can lead to liver cancer.(11) Their blossoms encompass nearly the entire color spectrum and blooming times range from early spring to fall, depending on the variety.(12) Used bookstores offer a wide spectrum of genres, with best-selling novels published last year sharing the shelf with explorer's tales published over 100 years ago.(13) It should be noted that immunoglobulins often can be found throughout the electrophoretic spectrum .(14) The point is we felt that all agencies had a fair opportunity to sell the property, that we tapped a wide spectrum of potential buyers, and came out of the deal satisfied with the overall marketing effort.(15) Since acupuncture points on the same meridian have similar therapeutic effects, they might be expected to have similar effects on the frequency spectrum of the arterial pulse.(16) They determine which part of the spectrum would be absorbed and which would pass through unhindered.
(1) broad spectrum :: bredspektret
1. range ::
2. gamut ::
3. sweep ::
4. extent ::
5. scope ::
6. span ::
7. compass ::
8. orbit ::
9. ambit ::
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