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catadioptric

adjective cata·di·op·tric \ˌka-tə-dī-ˈäp-trik\

Definition of CATADIOPTRIC

:  belonging to, produced by, or involving both the reflection and the refraction of light

First Known Use of CATADIOPTRIC

1723

catadioptric

adjective cata·di·op·tric \ˌkat-ə-dī-ˈäp-trik\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of CATADIOPTRIC

:  belonging to, produced by, or involving both the reflection and the refraction of light <catadioptric prisms>

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