How to Pronounce afterimage?

Correct pronunciation for the word "afterimage" is [ˈaftəɹˌɪmɪd͡ʒ], [ˈaftəɹˌɪmɪd‍ʒ], [ˈa_f_t_ə_ɹ_ˌɪ_m_ɪ_dʒ].

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"Afterimage" in context

Afterimage refers to an optical illusion where a figure or object has the tendency to stay in vision even after the stimulus has ended. It is considered to be a type of mental phenomena wherein the person will retain a vivid image in their mind of something they have seen or experienced previously. Some of the most common afterimages are those that appear when staring at a bright light and seeing a colorful object following it, or a dark spot that lingers after a bright object has been seen. They can also appear in other forms such as the shadows of buildings at night or seeing an image persist after a page of a book has been flipped.

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