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dichroic

adjective di·chro·ic \dī-ˈkrō-ik\

Definition of DICHROIC

1
:  having the property of dichroism <a dichroic crystal> <a dichroic mirror>

Origin of DICHROIC

Greek dichroos two-colored, from di- + chrōs color, literally, skin
First Known Use: circa 1859

dichroic

adjective di·chro·ic \dī-ˈkrō-ik\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of DICHROIC

1
:  having the property of dichroism <a dichroic crystal>

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