collimating sight

коллиматорный прицел; пулеметный оптический прицел

English-Russian arms dictionary. 2013.

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  • collimate — collimation, n. /kol euh mayt /, v.t., collimated, collimating. 1. to bring into line; make parallel. 2. to adjust accurately the line of sight of (a telescope). [1615 25; < L collimatus, misreading of collineatus, ptp. of collineare to direct in …   Universalium

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  • collimate — /ˈkɒləmeɪt / (say koluhmayt) verb (t) (collimated, collimating) 1. to bring into line; make parallel. 2. to adjust accurately the line of sight of (a telescope). 3. to limit (a beam of radiation or a stream of elementary particles) to required… …   Australian English dictionary


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