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Definition of "radars" []

  • A method for detecting the position and velocity of a distant object, such as an aircraft. A narrow beam of extremely high-frequency radio pulses is transmitted and reflected by the object back to the transmitter, the signal being displayed on a radarscope. The direction of the reflected beam and the time between transmission and reception of a pulse determine the position of the object (noun)
  • The equipment used in such detection (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of radar. (verb)

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Use "radars" in a sentence
  • "This movie might be flying low under the radars is a nice, quick piece of fluff, that knows what to do, when to do it, and when to pack it up."
  • "Weird, beautiful, fascinating, and ultimately redemptive this one has largely slipped under many peoples' radars, which is a complete disgrace."
  • "I suspect the game has flown under a number of peoples 'radars, which is a shame as it's a neat election game with some novel twists."