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lase

 (lāz)
v. lased, las·ing, las·es
v.intr.
To function as a laser; emit coherent radiation by the action of a laser.
v.tr.
1. To subject to laser light: lased the tissue during surgery.
2. To direct a laser used to guide munitions at (a target).

[Back-formation from laser.]
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lase

(leɪz)
vb
(General Physics) (intr) (of a substance, such as carbon dioxide or ruby) to be capable of acting as a laser
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lase

(leɪz)

v.i. lased, las•ing.
to give off the coherent light of a laser; act as a laser.
[1960–65; back formation from laser]
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lase


Past participle: lased
Gerund: lasing

Imperative
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lase
Present
I lase
you lase
he/she/it lases
we lase
you lase
they lase
Preterite
I lased
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he/she/it lased
we lased
you lased
they lased
Present Continuous
I am lasing
you are lasing
he/she/it is lasing
we are lasing
you are lasing
they are lasing
Present Perfect
I have lased
you have lased
he/she/it has lased
we have lased
you have lased
they have lased
Past Continuous
I was lasing
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he/she/it was lasing
we were lasing
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Past Perfect
I had lased
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he/she/it had lased
we had lased
you had lased
they had lased
Future
I will lase
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Future Perfect
I will have lased
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Future Continuous
I will be lasing
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we will be lasing
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been lasing
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he/she/it has been lasing
we have been lasing
you have been lasing
they have been lasing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been lasing
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he/she/it will have been lasing
we will have been lasing
you will have been lasing
they will have been lasing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been lasing
you had been lasing
he/she/it had been lasing
we had been lasing
you had been lasing
they had been lasing
Conditional
I would lase
you would lase
he/she/it would lase
we would lase
you would lase
they would lase
Past Conditional
I would have lased
you would have lased
he/she/it would have lased
we would have lased
you would have lased
they would have lased
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With organic laser diodes producing a much purer light than OLEDs--which makes them suited to a wider range of applications--to achieve the lasing process, they require currents that are magnitudes higher than those used in OLEDs.
"We have been working to develop new lasing media, using chemically synthesized quantum dots, although it had been widely believed that quantum dot lasing with electrical stimulation is simply impossible.
'Kasi wala kayong ibang gawin pag lasing na, pati army, wag kayong magdala ng baril.
The following parameters were measured and compared between the Regular and Moses modes: Procedure time as measured by the time from when the urologist started lasing till stone was pulverized to dust.
But due to unique photoluminescence properties of QDs, which enable the design of photonic devices, other aspects of QDs have led to extensive research, because of the broadband spectral tunability, solution processability, low lasing threshold, high-temperature operation, and impressive chemical stability offered by QDs [12-16].
In contrast to conventional lasers, where the feedback of the lasing signal is provided by ordinary mirrors, this nanolaser utilises radiative coupling between silver nanoparticles.
Besides, the enhanced local field occurring in hot spots is particularly important to trigger low threshold lasing resonance because it can locally enhance the pump rate of gain media [7,17],
These mechanisms include random lasing [17-19], exciton-exciton P-band lasing [20, 21], electron-hole plasma lasing or N-band lasing [22], nanosized or microsized whispering gallery mode dielectric resonators [23-26], coherent scattering of light by surface undulations [27], N-band lasing enhanced by top-down microdisc structuring [28], and coherent reflection from self-assembled ZnO hexagons [20].
When the pump power attains 80 mW, some narrow peaks appear in a range from 391 nm to 398 nm on the broad UV band, which indicates a lasing process occurring in the ZnO microrod.
In particular, it says its engineers have extensive experience of laser welding polymers which are widely used in the manufacture of balloon catheters and other medical device products The Synrad 48-1KWM Series lasers are said to be ideally suited for the lasing of widely used materials such as Nylons, Pebax, PET and more, and catheter balloons ranging from 1mm to 20mm in diameters can be readily processed using a Synrad 48 series CO2 laser.
Although plasmon lasers have been demonstrated at different spectral ranges, from the ultraviolet to near-infrared, a systematic approach to manipulate the lasing emission wavelength in real time has not been possible.
AS THE WEAPON BEGAN its freefall flight path towards my designation, my wingman began lasing. He executed his role flawlessly.