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strobe / strōb/ inf. • n. 1. a stroboscope. ∎  a stroboscopic lamp: [as adj.] strobe lights dazzled her. 2. an electronic flash for a camera. • v. [intr.] 1. flash intermittently: the light of the fireworks strobed around the room. ∎  [tr.] light as if with a stroboscope: a neon sign strobed the room. 2. exhibit or give rise to strobing: he explained that the stripes I was wearing would strobe.

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strobe

strobe A pulse used to sample the occurrence of an event in time, at a specified point in relation to the event.

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strobe

strobedaube, enrobe, globe, Job, lobe, probe, robe, strobe •Anglophobe • technophobe •homophobe • xenophobe • earlobe •bathrobe • microbe • wardrobe

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STROBE

STROBE (strəʊb) satellite tracking of balloons and emergencies

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