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episcope

Syllabification: ep·i·scope
Pronunciation: /ˈepəˌskōp
 
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Definition of episcope in English:

noun

An optical projector that gives images of opaque objects.
Example sentences
  • The commander's station is fitted with an optional panoramic sight and six episcopes fitted with a switch for gun and episcope alignment.
  • The driver has three episcopic sights and the commander's observation cupola has five episcopes.
  • In the TK 105 turret, for daytime operations, the commander is provided with wide field episcopes and a 360° panoramic M389 sight with x 2 and x 8 magnifications.

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