Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Infrared \In`fra*red"\, Infra-red \In`fra-red"\, a. [Infra- + red.]
(Physics) Lying outside the visible spectrum at its red end; -- said of rays having a longer wavelength (and thus less refrangible) than the extreme red rays, specifically those electromagnetic waves having a wavelength of between 700 nanometers and 1 millimeter.
relating to, using, or producing infrared radiation.
affected by infrared radiation; as, infrared detector; infrared film.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
a. (alternative form of infrared English)
"Infra-Red" is a song by English alternative rock band Placebo, released on 19 June 2006 as the third single from their fifth studio album Meds.
Usage examples of "infra-red".
X-ray tests, and ultra-violet and infra-red, the experts with their photomicrography and .
They get into the clouds, stay hidden, and use infra-red telecameras which are broadcast on a tight beam back to the control ships.
And the private infra-red cameras installed by shopping precincts, business developments and public buildings that have to monitor occupancy to comply with fire regulations can be downloaded into a number of West End video suites, where the tapes are collated within a digitalised computer system and stored as back-up copies.
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This should be no surprise: for example military snipers can 'see in the dark' using infra-red waves, detecting things by the heat they emit.
For Hunter's part he was just hoping that he could give Brother David the word to fire before the Phantom pilots noticed that his flying antique was carrying a Vulcan cannon, a few racks of air-to-surface missiles, a 50-caliber machine gun sticking out its back, two mini-Sidewinders on its wingtips and a bristle of radio, infra-red and advanced-seek radar antennas poking out at various points on the wings and fuselage.
There were intriguing diffraction patterns, unnatural ratios of infra-red versus other frequencies.
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Wolf and Bobby took one of the unmarked Werewolf cars, a medallioned yellow cab, its top spray-painted with infra-red dye that could be tracked by a helicopter.
The suit switched to Imaging Infra-Red before Milligan had a chance to.
There were numerous plaques on the walls, each written in an alien script, and a few non-representational pieces of art, mostly in blues and violets, which made her wonder if the Fly-by-Nights could see as far into the infra-red as humans could.
Room commander, then almost snatched the folded chart overlain with its sheet of developed infra-red film.
A big chunk of them are gone over very carefully by the inspectors, and a certain percentage are tested by ultra-violet, infra-red, X-ray, radio-isotopes, bleaches, fumes, paper chromatography and every other damned test known to Man.
Only the infra-red and microwave range finders reflected the surface of the hot jungle planet.