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focus

noun /ˈfoukəs/ ( plurals focuses, foci /ˈfousai/)
the point at which rays of light meet after passing through a lens.
foco
a point to which light, a look, attention etc is directed
foco, centro
She was the focus of everyone’s attention.
focal adjective
focal
focal length noun (physics) the distance between the centre/center of a lens or mirror and its focal point.
distancia focal
focal point noun the person or thing that is the centre/center of interest or activity
foco de atención
Towards the end of the 17th century India became the focal point of the Company’s trade.
(physics) the point at which light rays meet after they have passed through a lens or have been reflected by a mirror.
punto de fuga
in/out of focus giving or not giving a clear picture
enfocado, desenfocado
These photographs are out of focus.
(Definition of focus from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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