repeller

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repeller

[ri′pel·ər]
(electronics)
An electrode whose primary function is to reverse the direction of an electron stream in an electron tube. Also known as reflector.
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The law of nature exists only 'where men have common rights', and such men are allowed to vindicare and repellere, thus affirming their autonomy and integrity.
Licita es, en todo caso, la guerra defensiva a tenor del principio vim vi repellere licet.
In a more passive way, reason can have a negative influence insofar as it does not repress a sudden passion (reprimere, repellere, and coercere).