catadioptric


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cat·a·di·op·tric

 (kăt′ə-dī-ŏp′trĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to an optical system that uses both reflective and refractive elements.

catadioptric

(ˌkætədaɪˈɒptrɪk) or

catadioptrical

adj
(Astronomy) involving a combination of reflecting and refracting components: a catadioptric telescope.
[C18: from cata- + dioptric]

cat•a•di•op•tric

(ˌkæt ə daɪˈɒp trɪk)

adj.
pertaining to or produced by both reflection and refraction.
[1715–25]
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