Definition of Low beam

1. Noun. The beam of a car's headlights that provides illumination for a short distance.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Low Beam

low-tension
low-thoughted
low-toned
low-voltage
low-warp-loom
low-water mark
low C
low Earth orbit
low Fowler's
low St Andrew's cross
low affinity platelet factor IV
low and behold
low aspect ratio
low back merger
low back pain
low beam (current term)
low blow
low blows
low blueberry
low bono
low breathing
low comedy
low convex
low cost carrier
low decile
low delirium
low density
low density lipoprotein
low density lipoprotein receptor

Literary usage of Low beam

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1. Utilisation and Reliability of High Power Proton Accelerators: Workshop by NEA Nuclear Science Committee (2003)
"Another important aspect of maintainability is that the accelerator should have very low beam losses, in order to avoid activation of the structure and to ..."

2. Mechanical World and Engineering Record (1881)
"Por slender objects, such as towers and tall tanks, advertising signs, or small pipelines, low beam efficiency may impair the effect of floodlighting. ..."

3. Light's Labour's Lost: Policies for Energy-Efficient Lighting by Paul Waide, Satoshi Tanishima, International Energy Agency (2006)
"For example, a low-beam daytime running light can consume more than ISO W; however, it is possible to create a daytime running light from three IW LEDs ..."

4. Arch├Žology of the United States by Samuel Foster Haven (1856)
"Whilst I was looking at the instrument, a flash darted towards the zenith from a low beam bearing 9┬░, and the needle immediately moved 8' westward; ..."

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