To undergo or cause to undergo diffraction.(verb-transitive)
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Use "diffract" in a sentence
"These air bubbles diffract light into colors that reflect back in a flash of iridescence."
"We also saw that quantum particles behave like waves—electrons, atoms, and molecules diffract around obstacles and form interference patterns."
"Material particles have wave nature and can diffract around objects."