How to Pronounce dazzler?

Correct pronunciation for the word "dazzler" is [dˈazlə], [dˈazlə], [d_ˈa_z_l_ə].

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"Dazzler" in context

A dazzler is a specialized device that is used to temporarily interfere with any type of electro-optical systems, such as cameras, night vision goggles, and binoculars. This device uses an intense light that is pulsating, intensely bright, and confusing to sources such as these, in order to create a temporary and effective visual distraction. The dazzler is typically composed of an intense light source, such as a laser, mounted on a vehicle and directed at an incoming enemy threat. The pulsing light from the device creates a bright, confusing source that may temporarily blind the enemy and interrupt any electronic systems that are deployed.

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Usage over time for dazzler:

This graph shows how "dazzler" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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