[ leyz ]
/ leɪz /
verb (used without object), lased, las·ing. Optics.
to give off coherent light, as in a laser.
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Origin of lase
First recorded in 1960–65; back formation from laser
Words nearby lase
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Example sentences from the Web for lase
If you get a lase of it at a fair rint, I'll buy another horse, any how.
British Dictionary definitions for lase
/ (leɪz) /
(intr) (of a substance, such as carbon dioxide or ruby) to be capable of acting as a laser
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Medical definitions for lase
[ lāz ]
To cut, divide, or dissolve a substance with a laser.
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