eye, oculus, opticadjective
the organ of sight
ocular, optic, optical, opthalmicadjective
of or relating to or resembling the eye
"ocular muscles"; "an ocular organ"; "ocular diseases"; "the optic (or optical) axis of the eye"; "an ocular spot is a pigmented organ or part believed to be sensitive to light"
ocular, optic, optical, visualadjective
relating to or using sight
"ocular inspection"; "an optical illusion"; "visual powers"; "visual navigation"
A lens or other part of an optical instrument that interacts with light.
A measuring device with a small window, attached to an upside-down bottle, used to dispense alcoholic drinks in a bar.
Of, or relating to the eye or to vision.
Of, or relating to optics or optical instruments.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
-al, op′tik, -al, adj. relating to sight, or to optics.—n. Op′tic (Pope), an organ of sight: an eye.—adv. Op′tically.—ns. Optic′ian, one skilled in optics: one who makes or sells optical instruments; Op′tics (sing.), the science of the nature and laws of vision and light; Optim′eter, Optom′eter, an instrument for measuring the refractive powers of the eye; Optom′etry, the measurement of the visual powers.—Optic axis, the axis of the eye—that is, a line going through the middle of the pupil and the centre of the eye. [Fr. optique—Gr. optikos.]
relating to the organs of vision.
The numerical value of optic in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of optic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
The retina is an extension of the brain, a third of your brain functions for vision and the retina lines the eyeball and travels back via an optic nerve all the way to the brain.
My guns are all very recognizable, we do a lot of custom work, there was one Ak-47 copy built from a .22 I identified. Everything from the optic to the way the sling was placed was all very identifiable.
We made significant progress in our fiber-optic trials, and are now prepared to connect thousands of households to this network.
When the Biden administration steps in on Day One, they will have an optic of how pernicious and sophisticated the threat — not only from the Chinese Communist Party, but from Russia, Iran, and others, and they will have a head start in trying to find the correct avenues to pivot and understand the threat, and find creative ways to mitigate the threat.
I think you will see them try to roll out the red carpet and ensure that he leaves with a good feeling about India. It's not about him, per se, for them, all American presidential visits to India are optic-heavy. In some ways, American presidents go to India to feel loved.
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