Strobes



noun
1.
Also called strobe light. stroboscope (def 2a).
adjective
2.
stroboscopic.
noun
1.
short for strobe lighting, stroboscope
verb
2.
to give the appearance of arrested or slow motion by using intermittent illumination
strobe
(strōb)

A strobe light.

A stroboscope.

A spot of higher than normal intensity in the sweep of an indicator on a scanning device, as on a radar screen, used as a reference mark for determining the position or distance of the object scanned or detected.

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