|microscope with two lenses||compound microscope|
|(Optics) pertaining to dioptrics, pertaining to the branch of optics which deals with image formation via lenses; of the refraction of light, of refraction||dioptric|
|act of communicating, caused by touch, contact lenses, device making electrical connection, establish communication, connect (with someone or something), infectious person, interaction, link, physical connection, reach in order to communicate, somebody...||contact|
|add counterstain, additional stain for microscope specimen, second stain applied to a previous stain (on a microscopic specimen)||counterstain|
|binoculars, outer eyewear, spectacles, set of lenses attached to a frame and used improve vision, eyeglasses||glasses|
|branch of optics that studies the the refraction of light by lenses, study of refraction of light||dioptrics|
|camera with two lenses||twin-lens reflex|
|comprehensive, large enough to be seen without microscope, visible to the naked eye, macroscopical, visible to naked eye||macroscopic|
|concerning an eyeglass lens with three portions (for seeing far, intermediate and near); having three focal lengths, eyeglasses with trifocal lenses, with three focal points||trifocal|
|cover for microscope specimen, cover slip||cover glass|
|cover with pebbles, crystal lens, give irregular surface to, make surface rough and pebbly, rock crystal used for lenses, rock fragment, small round stone, small stone, thick and distorting||pebble|
|delicate surgery using precision instruments, surgery performed under a microscope with the use of hand-held tools (Medicine)||microsurgery|
|device for miniaturized writing or engraving; photograph taken through a microscope (Optics), device for producing fine engravings, picture as seen through microscope||micrograph|
|device worn on the eyes to protect them or to correct vision (eyeglasses, contact lenses, goggles, etc.), something worn over eyes||eyewear|
|dispensing optician, expert of optical instruments who makes or fits optical lenses, maker and seller of lenses, optometrist||optician|
|dissection under a microscope (Biology), dissection under microscope||microdissection|
|electromagnetic, electron microscope, enlisted man||EM|
|enlarge, increase the size of; cause to appear larger (by means of lenses, etc.); exaggerate, make seem more important or serious, have an enlarging ability, increase the actual size of something, increase the apparent size of something, increase the i...||magnify|
|experiment using microscope, microscopic investigation; use of a microscope, study of microscopes||microscopy|
|eye examiner and lens prescriber, one who practices optometry, one who is licensed to examine the eyes to diagnose visual defects and prescribe corrective lenses or other forms of treatment, optician||optometrist|
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