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long wave

Electricity. an electromagnetic wave over 60 meters in length.
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long-wave, adjective Unabridged
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  • Disenchantment with the way fund management works, combined with excess capacity, is likely to bring a long wave of consolidation.
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  • While long wave processes may well be important, they are not the only factors determining the pattern of economic growth.
  • long wave reradiation can warm the atmosphere by warming clouds.
  • Heat from the day escapes, or radiates into space as long wave radiation.
British Dictionary definitions for long wave

long wave

  1. a radio wave with a wavelength greater than 1000 metres
  2. (as modifier): a long-wave broadcast
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