a large long heavy piece of wood used to support a building or to go from one side of a ship to the other
radio waves sent out along a narrow path in one direction only
a bright look or smile
(of the sun, etc.) send out light and warming
broadcast (a message, radio programme etc.) in a particular direction
smile happily and cheerfully
"they sighted land on the port beam"
"The sun shone bright that day"
"The fire beamed on their faces"
"he beamed his approval"
"We cannot air this X-rated song"
"Her face glowed when she came out of the sauna"
"She was beaming with joy"
"Her face radiated with happiness"
Let vs..take thence euery man a beame, and let vs make vs a place there where we may dwell.
出自：Bible (AV): 2 Kings
The shafts..also formed the beams of the wagon platform.
出自： H. Allen
Everything in splendid confusion was tacked to the walls, to the platform, to the beams in the ceiling.
出自： M. Laski
If we picture a beam lying across two columns, then..the stresses in the beam increase as we move the columns farther apart.
出自： J. Bronowski
The genial sun..Beams forth ungentle influences.
出自： W. Shenstone
The radio station agreed to beam the Minister's speech to the whole Europe.
The news was beamed to East Africa by satellite.
This programme is beamed to Australia and New Zealand at 12:00 daily.