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periscope

noun /ˈperiskəup/
a tube containing mirrors, through which a person can look in order to see things which cannot be seen from the position the person is in, especially one used in submarines when under water to allow a person to see what is happening on the surface of the sea.
periscopio
Translations of “periscope”
in Vietnamese kính tiềm vọng/ kính viễn vọng…
in Thai กล้องส่องดูเหนือผิวน้ำของเรือดำน้ำ…
in Malaysian periskop…
in French périscope…
in German das Periskop…
in Chinese (Traditional) 潛望鏡…
in Indonesian periskop…
in Chinese (Simplified) 潜望镜…
(Definition of periscope from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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