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Definition of "beamer" [beamer]

  • A ball, presumed to have been bowled accidentally, that does not bounce, but passes the batsman at head height. (noun)
  • A device that can project an image through a lens onto a screen with light from a DVD player, television or video recorder. (noun)
  • A BMW. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "beamer" in a sentence
  • "It was as if the beamer were a vacuum, suck-ing up ever more delirious dancers from the depths below."
  • "The beamer will be a permanent loan to the c-base, located in their workshop room - therefore used for hundreds of lectures and workshops around free software."
  • "Did the presentation I had to do on Wed ( "Overview of Localization for Wireless Sensor Networks"), which went pretty well - despite the laptop not talking to the beamer (ack, using Dutch term for projector - despite the fact that the Dutch word for projector is something similar, they use the term "beamer" when they're talking in English ... very confusing)."