Taser vs Lasers - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between taser and lasers

is that taser is a gamer who records speedruns created with the help of software tools while lasers is .

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taser

English

Noun

(Taser) (en noun)
  • A Taser, a handheld device made by (Taser International) intended to immobilize another by delivering an electric shock; a stun gun.
  • by generalization, any eletroshock stun gun
  • Derived terms

    * taser (verb) * tase

    See also

    * stun gun * cattle prod (an electric shock device used to herd cattle) * electric fence (a fixed installation electric shock barrier used to control livestock) * mace * pepper spray

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To shock an individual or animal with a handheld device with the electric shock that it delivers; to stun with a stun gun
  • (figuratively) To strike verbally or gesturally with ill intents.
  • As I spoke too loudly during the solemn church service, my husband shot me a glance that emotionally tasered me to the point of silence until we returned home 2 hours later.

    Synonyms

    * tase

    lasers

    English

    Noun

    (head)
  • Verb

    (head)
  • (laser)
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