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  1. telescope

    • IPA[ˈtɛlɪskəʊp]

    英式

    • n.
      an optical instrument designed to make distant objects appear nearer, containing an arrangement of lenses, or of curved mirrors and lenses, by which rays of light are collected and focused and the resulting image magnified.;short for radio telescope
    • v.
      (with reference to an object made of concentric tubular parts) slide or cause to slide into itself, so that it becomes smaller;crush (a vehicle) by the force of an impact
    • noun: telescope, plural noun: telescopes

    • verb: telescope, 3rd person present: telescopes, gerund or present participle: telescoping, past tense: telescoped, past participle: telescoped

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an optical instrument designed to make distant objects appear nearer, containing an arrangement of lenses, or of curved mirrors and lenses, by which rays of light are collected and focused and the resulting image magnified.
    • 2. short for radio telescope
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (with reference to an object made of concentric tubular parts) slide or cause to slide into itself, so that it becomes smaller:

      five steel sections that telescope into one another

      the sliding carriage escapes were telescoped into a shorter length

    • 2. crush (a vehicle) by the force of an impact:

      he drove right into another car—telescoped it

    • 3. condense or conflate so as to occupy less space or time:

      a large portion of the past had to be telescoped and summarized for her

    • n. a type of catadioptric telescope having a deeply curved meniscus lens. A secondary mirror on the back of the lens brings the light to a focus just behind a hole in the primary mirror.

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    • n. an early reflecting telescope in which light reflected from a concave elliptical secondary mirror passes through a hole in the primary mirror. It was rendered obsolete by the introduction of Newtonian and Cassegrain telescopes.

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    • n. a reflecting telescope in which the light from the main mirror is deflected by a small flat secondary mirror set at 45°, sending it to a magnifying eyepiece in the side of the telescope.

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    • n. an astronomical telescope on an equatorial mount.

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    • n. a type of catadioptric telescope having a deeply curved meniscus lens. A secondary mirror on the back of the lens brings the light to a focus just behind a hole in the primary mirror.

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    • n. a reflecting telescope in which light reflected from a convex secondary mirror passes through a hole in the primary mirror.

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    • n. an instrument used to detect radio emissions from the sky, whether from natural celestial objects or from artificial satellites.

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    • n. an astronomical telescope on an equatorial mount.

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    • IPA[ˈteləˌskōp]

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    • n.
      an optical instrument designed to make distant objects appear nearer, containing an arrangement of lenses, or of curved mirrors and lenses, by which rays of light are collected and focused and the resulting image magnified.
    • v.
      (with reference to an object made of concentric tubular parts) slide or cause to slide into itself, so that it becomes smaller:
    • five steel sections that telescope into one another

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