Definition of borescope in English:

borescope

Syllabification: bore·scope
Pronunciation: /ˈbôrˌskōp
 
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noun

An instrument used to inspect the inside of a structure through a small hole.
More example sentences
  • Flashlights, mirrors, moisture meters, and borescopes are tools of choice.
  • Visual internal inspection with a borescope, as well as other evidence, suggested internal failure in the area of three articulating rods.
  • In all he bored some 14 holes in which to insert his borescope.

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