trioculate

Trinocular vs Trioculate - What's the difference?

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Trinocular is a see also of trioculate.


As adjectives the difference between trinocular and trioculate

is that trinocular is using three points of vision, such as a microscope with two standard eyepieces and one camera eyepiece, or a camera rig with three cameras while trioculate is (biology) having, or appearing to have, three eyes.

Triculate vs Trioculate - What's the difference?

triculate | trioculate | see also |

Triculate is a see also of trioculate.


As a verb triculate

is to beautify; to pretty.

As an adjective trioculate is

(biology) having, or appearing to have, three eyes.

Monoculate vs Trioculate - What's the difference?

monoculate | trioculate | Related terms |

Monoculate is a related term of trioculate.


As an adjective trioculate is

(biology) having, or appearing to have, three eyes.

Binoculate vs Trioculate - What's the difference?

binoculate | trioculate | Related terms |

Binoculate is a related term of trioculate.


As adjectives the difference between binoculate and trioculate

is that binoculate is having two eyes while trioculate is (biology) having, or appearing to have, three eyes.