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optique (not comparable)

  1. Obsolete form of optic.
    • 1755, T. Brady in Philosophical Transactions, Volume XLIX., page #250:
      One Symoy, an optique inſtrument‐maker, found the first of thoſe inſects as he was ſearching for polypes; which gave me ſince an occaſion of examining ditch‐water, where I not only found the plant, but the crown’d inſect, and a good many other ſurpriſing little things, of all ſhapes and faſhions, of which I will take the liberty to ſend you an account.

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EtymologyEdit

From the Latin opticus.

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AdjectiveEdit

optique (plural optiques)

  1. optic, optical.

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