Definition of reticle in English:

reticle

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Pronunciation: /ˈrɛtɪk(ə)l
 
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noun

North American term for graticule.
More example sentences
  • In fact, the extremely complex reticles that will be required to extend optical lithography below 100 nm will make the cost of ownership impractical for low-volume applications.
  • Even autocollimators with micrometer-driven reticles used with averaged multiple readings require a skilled operator to achieve accurate, repeatable results.
  • Several different reticles are available that are tailored to the type of long range shooting envisioned.

Origin

mid 18th century: from Latin reticulum 'net'.

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