Definición de optical en inglés:

optical

Silabificación: op·ti·cal
Pronunciación: /ˈäptikəl
 
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adjetivo

  • 1Of or relating to sight, especially in relation to the physical action of light: optical illusions
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    • Radio astronomy is a young field relative to optical astronomy.
    • Hooper declared at the outset of his book that optical toys could hone visual perception and, consequently, prime social vigilance.
    • The new system should help remove the optical trickery that occurs when assistant referees fail to position themselves correctly on the sidelines.
  • 1.1Constructed to assist sight.
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    • For some, the use of optical aids compromises genius, and art with it.
    • Counting how many Pleiads you can see without optical aid is a good test of both your vision and observing conditions; most people see 6 or 7.
    • Normally, when Christine and I do any serious bird watching, it is with the Core Team and their plethora of optical aids and identification tomes.
  • 1.2Devised on the principles of optics.
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    • An optical lattice is a light grid created by the interference of two or more laser beams.
    • The forward periscope is replaced by a passive optical periscope for night-time manoeuvres.
    • Created with a rear-screen optical printer and mattes cut out of construction paper, A Man Whose Life Was Full of Woe has a rough, ecstatic collage quality.
  • 2 Physics Operating in or employing the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum: optical telescopes
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    • Of course, the capabilities of optical and infrared telescopes also continued to improve.
    • The paper shows that positrons can see defects better than either optical or electron beam microscopes.
    • Whether the telescope is operating as an optical or an infrared instrument, rarely will there be an astronomer peering through an eyepiece at the Keck's images.
  • 2.1 Electronics (Of a device) requiring electromagnetic radiation for its operation: integrated optical circuits
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    • Here's a look at how test sequencers can speed up tests on optical devices, saving time and money.
    • Available optical devices such as CDs and DVDs record information on the surface of the disc.
    • Such a device might one day become the CPU of an optical computer.

Derivativos

optically

Pronunciación: /-ik(ə)lē/
adverbio
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  • But hand recounts of optically scanned ballots will go a long way toward addressing doubts about that technology and about the vendor.
  • To illustrate, let us consider a ray of light passing through a cube of optically denser material.
  • The parabolic reflectors focus their respective wavelengths onto mechanical devices that act like shutters to optically modulate the beams.

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