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Translation of "telescope" - English-Spanish dictionary

telescope

noun /ˈteliskəup/
a kind of tube containing lenses through which distant objects appear closer telescopio He looked at the ship through his telescope.
telescopic /-ˈsko-/ adjective
of, like, or containing, a telescope telescópico a telescopic sight on a rifle.
made in parts which can slide inside each other telescópico a telescopic radio aerial.
teletext /ˈteliˌtekst/ noun
a system of TV broadcasts of text only, providing all sorts of information eg weather forecasts, train timetables, news reports, jokes and lottery results. teletexto
Translations of “telescope”
in Arabic تِليسْكوب, مِنْظار مُقَرِّب…
in Korean 현미경, 망원경…
in Malaysian teleskop…
in French télescope…
in Turkish teleskop…
in Italian telescopio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 望遠鏡…
in Russian телескоп…
in Polish teleskop…
in Vietnamese kính thiên văn…
in Portuguese telescópio…
in Thai กล้องโทรทรรศน์…
in German das Teleskop…
in Catalan telescopi…
in Japanese 望遠鏡…
in Indonesian teleskop…
in Chinese (Simplified) 望远镜…
(Definition of telescope from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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