UVA(redirected from UVE)
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Ultraviolet radiation that is found in sunlight, has a wavelength between 320 and 400 nanometers, and can cause damage to the skin after long-term exposure, including premature aging and cancer.
[u(ltra)v(iolet) A (the letter A being used to designate the first of the categories based on wavelength in which ultraviolet radiation is classified).]
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UVA[ˌjuːviːˈeɪ] adj (=ultraviolet A) [rays] → UVA inv; [protection] → contre les UVA, anti-UVA
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