Strobe definition

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A stroboscope.
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A spot of higher than normal intensity in the sweep of an indicator, as on a radar screen, used as a reference mark for determining distance.
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An electronically regulated discharge tube that can emit extremely rapid, brief, and brilliant flashes of light: used in photography, the theater, etc.
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A strobe light.
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A stroboscope.
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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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The definition of a strobe is a tube that gives off quick and bright flashes of light.

An example of a strobe is a type of light used in a dance club.

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A strobe light.
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A stroboscopic lamp, a device used to produce regular flashes of light.
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To flash like a stroboscopic lamp.
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Alternative Forms

Alternative Form of strobe - strobe light

Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
strobe
Plural:
strobes

Origin of strobe