Definition of refractive in English:

refractive

Syllabification: re·frac·tive
Pronunciation: /riˈfraktiv
 
/

adjective

Of or involving refraction.
More example sentences
  • Unlike earlier reductions, this particular transition requires a major design shift in stepper optics from refractive to reflective.
  • Eyes that are not optimized in this way are said to have refractive errors (long sight or short sight).
  • Photorefractive keratectomy evolved concurrently with the development of laser technology within refractive surgery.

Derivatives

refractively

adverb

refractivity

noun

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