optical


optical
'optikəl
adjective (of or concerning sight or what one sees: The two objects in the picture appear to be the same size, but this is just an optical illusion (= they are not actually the same size); microscopes and other optical instruments.) óptico
optical
tr['ɒptɪkəl]
adjective
1 óptico,-a
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
optical character recognition reconocimiento óptico de caracteres
optical fibre fibra óptica
optical illusion ilusión nombre femenino óptica
optical
adj.
óptico, -a adj.
'ɑːptɪkəl, 'ɒptɪkəl
adjective óptico

optical character reader — lectora f óptica or lector m óptico de caracteres

optical character recognition — reconocimiento m óptico de caracteres

optical illusion — ilusión f óptica

['ɒptɪkǝl]
ADJ óptico

optical disk — disco m óptico

optical fibre — fibra f óptica

optical illusion — ilusión f óptica

optical (character) reader — lector m óptico (de caracteres)

optical character recognition — reconocimiento m óptico de caracteres

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['ɑːptɪkəl, 'ɒptɪkəl]
adjective óptico

optical character reader — lectora f óptica or lector m óptico de caracteres

optical character recognition — reconocimiento m óptico de caracteres

optical illusion — ilusión f óptica


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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