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tri·pod

 (trī′pŏd′)
n.
1. A three-legged object, such as a cauldron, stool, or table.
2. An adjustable three-legged stand, as for supporting a transit or camera.

[Latin tripūs, tripod-, from Greek tripous, three-footed : tri-, tri- + pous, foot; see -pod.]

trip′o·dal (trĭp′ə-dl, trī′pŏd′l) adj.
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tripod

(ˈtraɪpɒd)
n
1. (Photography) an adjustable and usually collapsible three-legged stand to which a camera, etc, can be attached to hold it steady
2. (Furniture) a stand or table having three legs
[C17: via Latin from Greek tripod-, tripous three-footed, from tri- + pous foot]
tripodal adj
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tri•pod

(ˈtraɪ pɒd)

n.
1. a three-legged stand or support, as for a camera or telescope.
2. a stool, table, pedestal, etc., with three legs.
[1595–1605; < Latin tripod-, s. of tripūs < Greek trípous, s. tripod orig., three-footed. See tri-, -pod]
trip•o•dal (ˈtrɪp ə dl, ˈtraɪ pɒd l) adj.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tripod - a three-legged rack used for supporttripod - a three-legged rack used for support
camera tripod - a tripod used to support a camera
easel - an upright tripod for displaying something (usually an artist's canvas)
leg - one of the supports for a piece of furniture
rack, stand - a support for displaying various articles; "the newspapers were arranged on a rack"
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Translations
مِنْصَب ثُلاثي القَوائِم
stativ
fotóállvány
òrífótur
trikojis
trijkājis
statív
üç ayaklı sehpa

tripod

[ˈtraɪpɒd] Ntrípode m
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tripod

[ˈtraɪpɒd] ntrépied m
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tripod

n (Phot) → Stativ nt; (Hist) → Dreifuß m
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tripod

[ˈtraɪpɒd] ntreppiede m
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

tripod

(ˈtraipod) noun
a stand with three legs, especially for a camera.
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The execution of the Nigerian woman in South Africa recently, the arrest of another five for armed robbery in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa are tripodal issues that call attention of Nigerians to their worth in the outside world.
Herein, we report a thiourea-based tripodal receptor L (Figure 1), showing strong selectivity for sulfate.
reported the full-Color tunable photoluminescent ionic liquid crystals based on tripodal pyridinium, pyrimidinium, and quinolinium salts [16].
Miyahara, "Stable immobilization of an oligonucleotide probe on a gold substrate using tripodal thiol derivatives," Langmuir, vol.
Becker et al., "Anticancer activity of a series of copper(II) complexes with tripodal ligands," European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, vol.
Kariuki, "Co-ordination behaviour of a novel bisthiourea tripodal ligand: structural, spectroscopic and electrochemical properties of a series of transition metal complexes," Dalton Transactions, vol.
The original Tinysaur, designed by Kelly Maguire, was a model of the classic T-rex with a tripodal posture imitating a kangaroo.
[2] The most common form of the CT is tripodal. According to Michels, this tripodal form occurs in 55% of individuals.
In the present case there is single, unilateral defect which is located posterior to remaining teeth comes under Armany class II (5, 6) where the tripodal design was planned.