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de·fo·cus

 (dē-fō′kəs)
tr.v. de·fo·cused, de·fo·cus·ing, de·fo·cus·es or de·fo·cussed or de·fo·cus·sing or de·fo·cus·ses
To cause (a beam or a lens) to deviate from accurate focus.
n.
The act or result of causing a lens to deviate from accurate focus.

defocus

(diːˈfəʊkəs)
vb
formal to go or cause to go out of focus
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Research from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University suggests that daily wear of multi-segment myopic defocus (MSMD) spectacle lenses can slow down myopia progression and axial elongation in short-sighted school children.
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Second, I there is the tendency to defocus the attention of the public from Government's activities, in the context of changing many of the laws that increased the support for the Government, including the international activities and the sound inter-neighboring relations, but also the relations with EU and NATO.
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Standard prescription lenses can correct the defocus but do not cure nearsightedness, and do not slow progression rates as children grow.
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