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Noun(1) a twist or aberration; especially a perverse or abnormal way of judging or acting(2) the amount by which a propagating wave is bent(3) the movement of the pointer or pen of a measuring instrument from its zero position(4) the property of being bent or deflected(5) a turning aside (of your course or attention or concern
(1) In both tests, the core failed to melt and showed no sign of panel bowing, bending, or deflection .(2) his volley took a deflection off a United defender(3) the deflection of the light beam(4) Single stars are of comparatively small mass, cosmically speaking, and so produce little deflection of light beams.(5) Fortune was on his side as the ball took a deflection before beating Thompson.(6) The winners took the lead as early as the 7th minute with a powerful shot that took a deflection on its way to the net.(7) Brighton won through a header by Adam Virgo that took a deflection off defender Clarke Carlisle past Neil Sullivan.(8) an 11-mile deflection of the river(9) Six minutes after his arrival Cole got possession and fired a shot that took a deflection off the unlucky City defender Martin Taylor on its way to goal.(10) The ball took a deflection as it found its way into the corner past goalkeeper Jones who was still lining up the wall.
1. warp ::
2. deflexion ::
3. digression ::
Different Formsdeflection, deflections
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