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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.

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

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.
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"
Translations
مِنْصَب ثُلاثي القَوائِم
stativ
fotóállvány
òrífótur
trikojis
trijkājis
statív
üç ayaklı sehpa

tripod

[ˈtraɪpɒd] Ntrípode m

tripod

[ˈtraɪpɒd] ntrépied m

tripod

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

tripod

[ˈtraɪpɒd] ntreppiede m

tripod

(ˈtraipod) noun
a stand with three legs, especially for a camera.