Recent Examples of loupe from the Web
The loupe, which has 10-times magnification, can be placed over a smartphone camera lens for taking photos.
Neurosurgery can take many hours, which surgeons operating with magnifying loupes or microscopes often spend looking down, their necks bent.
Photographer: Michele Limina/Bloomberg Taking a Peek An employee uses a loupe to inspect the mechanism of a wristwatch.
Armed with jewelers’ loupes, a dozen mushroom hunters gathered at Cunningham Park in Queens on a recent Sunday morning.
By contrast, this loupe from Amazon offers 10x and 20x magnifications.
The surgeons often wear loupes mounted on eye glasses to magnify their work, which limits their field of vision to a few inches.
Presumably the flavors are there to complement each other, but some are smears, some are dots, some are leaves that resist fork spearing, and others are too small to even notice without a jeweler's loupe.
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Origin and Etymology of loupe
First Known Use: circa 1775See Words from the same year
medical Definition of loupe
- examine the cornea with a binocular loupe
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