flashing light


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flashing light

[¦flash·iŋ ′līt]
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A light showing one or more flashes at regular intervals, the duration of the light period is less than that of the dark period; in particular, a light showing a single flash at regular intervals; distinctive names are used to indicate different combinations of flashes.

flashing light

Intermittent light that flashes in repeated cycles and in accordance with published frequency. In a flashing pattern, the light duration is shorter than the periods of darkness.
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