scan

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  • Info SCAN or Schedules for Clinical Assessment in Neuropsychiatry is a set of tools created by WHO aimed at diagnosing and measuring mental illness that may occur in adult life. more...
  • In order to come in the building one must go through scanning.
  • Once time was called, all products were scanned while the show took a final commercial break.
  • They usually scan the area two to four times a minute.
  • Image was scanned by me using the original cover of the book.
  • Scanned from an art work whose creator died more than a century ago.
  • The scanning takes a little under seven hours per plate to complete.
  • The university has made the scan data available online for research purposes.
  • I got the picture developed and scanned it into my computer.
  • I scanned this myself from the first edition version of the novel.
  • Using different beam positions, a location can also be scanned every few days.
  • Originally used for low-end and home-use equipment, it is now widely used for large-volume scanning.
  • I did this picture entirely by my own by painting and I then scanned it.
  • This scan became one of the most used images in computer history.
  • Once a value is set it will continue to be displayed on each scan line.
  • The main difference between the two devices is how the scanning is done.
  • This image was scanned from a label in my own private collection.
  • Some existing systems are capable of scanning moving objects in real-time.
  • Scanned image of book cover for use in article on that book (fair use).
  • While receiving a brain scan, she began to think about music.
  • Such scans do not, however, show the physical structure of the brain.
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Meaning of scan

  • noun The act of scanning; systematic examination of a prescribed region
    he made a thorough scan of the beach with his binoculars
  • noun An image produced by scanning
    he analyzed the brain scan, you could see the tumor in the CAT scan
  • verb Examine minutely or intensely
    the surgeon scanned the X-ray
  • verb Examine hastily
    She scanned the newspaper headlines while waiting for the taxi
  • verb Make a wide, sweeping search of
    The beams scanned the night sky
  • verb Conform to a metrical pattern
  • verb Move a light beam over; in electronics, to reproduce an image
  • verb Read metrically
    scan verses