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beam in Communications topic

beambeam2 ●○○ verb  1 [intransitive]SMILE to smile very happily Sherman looked at his sons and beamed proudly.beam with Connie beamed with pleasure.beam at McLeish beamed at her.2 [transitive always + adverb/preposition]TCB to send a radio or television signal through the air, especially to somewhere very distant the first sports broadcast to be beamed across the Atlantic3 [intransitive, transitive]TPSEND to send out a line of light, heat, energy etc The sun beamed through the clouds.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
beamThe fans cheered, and the athletes beamed.Even Sabina was pleased, and Gabby was beaming.Her parents stood there beaming as she went up to receive the prize.After the song was over, Miss Timms beamed at the class.The water sparkled and the sun beamed brightly.The images are beamed directly from a satellite.Once we have landed on Mars we will be able to beam it to the galaxy, he said.Beam me out of here!The curtains opened again and Uncle Philip stood next to his doll, beaming proudly.At the celebration, he beamed proudly.Ralph nodded, beamed, situated his hat.Farther down the line, 13-year-old Anne Fischer of Northridge beamed with excitement.Just a short time before, they had been beaming with optimism.They mug for cameras, hug their parents, and beam with pride.Daddy sat in the first pew, beaming with pride.