abbr. very high frequency.

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1. a group of illnesses caused by a viral infection (usually restricted to a specific geographic area); fever and gastrointestinal symptoms are followed by capillary hemorrhage
Hypernyms: ↑viral infection, ↑virus infection
2. 30 to 300 megahertz
Hypernyms: ↑radio frequency
Part Holonyms: ↑electromagnetic spectrum

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Usage: often not capitalized
very high frequency

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Also, vhf, V.H.F.

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Very high frequency

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VHF UK [ˌviː eɪtʃ ˈef] US [ˌvi eɪtʃ ˈef] noun [uncountable] physics
very high frequency: a range of radio waves that produces good sound quality
Thesaurus: television and radio waveshyponym well-known television and radio programmes and charactershyponym

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VHF (no periods), V.H.F., or vhf (no periods),
very high frequency (of or having to do with the electromagnetic spectrum between 30 and 300 megahertz, especially with reference to radio and television transmission and reception).

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abbr. very high frequency, denoting radio waves of a frequency of about 30 - 300 MHz and a wavelength of about 1 - 10 meters

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very high frequency — used for a range of radio waves that is used in broadcasting, communications, and navigation

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VHF [VHF] [ˌviː eɪtʃ ˈef] [ˌviː eɪtʃ ˈef] abbreviation
very high frequency (a range of radio waves used for high-quality broadcasting)

a VHF transmitter

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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