use polarised in a sentence.
Can't you just wear polarised sunglases for the same effect?
Nice to see a bit of sense in an otherwise polarised argument!
Every pair of polarised glasses I've tried has been polarised at a 45 degree angle; this helps with more consistent glare reduction and also means that LCD screens don't appear completely black half the time.
I've actually marked the edge of the circular polariser filter I have for my camera so I can tilt my head (wearing polarised glasses) and then quickly move the filter to match.
The comments on this subject seem very polarised and it is interesting to look at the background of the commenters.
One thing about cantennas is that they are linearly polarised, so you could go from half to full duplex on the same frequency by having four of them, two at either end, rotated 90 degrees apart.
Political discussions are usually polarised, and thus they start with pointless bickering and end with ranting flame-fests.
The new standard plug in Brazil is both grounded, polarised and has insulated pins, plus it's obligatorily recessed and connects earth first.
Some animals can also see polarised light Mantis shrimp can see the four linear and two circular polarization so the complete polarization picture.
This even seems (to me) to be mirrored in your politics, where the left-right divide is way more polarised than in Portugal
I'm truly curious on why the reaction to spamhaus being DDoS is so polarised.
His one post will generate many posts from polarised commenters, sometimes those threads will devolve into bitter angry flames.