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Acuity

Глосссарий терминов и сокращений по оптическим линзам
  1. The ability to respond to faint sense impressions or to distinguish light differences between stimuli. adaptation/adaptive process – the maneuvers (conscious or unconscious, automatic or voluntary) by which the individual attempts to make organismic decisions as comfortable and gratifying as possible within the demands of that individual’s environment. add power (addition) – the difference in spherical power between the distance and near corrections found in bifocals, trifocals, and progressive addition lenses to assist the eye’s accommodation at a given distance. this power is needed for near vision. also referred to as add power or seg power.

  2. Keenness of sight, hearing or intellect acupressure 6

  3. N тонкость, острота, резкость (восприятия ) sensory ~ псхл. острота восприятий




Distinguish, английский

Adaptation, английский
  1. Адаптация; самонастройка; самоприспосабливание

  2. Адаптация (приспособление организма к изменившимся условиям среды, питательным и токсичным веществам)

  3. 1. a change which has been or can be made to something 2. the act of changing something so that it fits a new situation 3. the process by which sensory receptors become accustomed to a sensation which is repeated add add abbr attention deficit disorder

  4. Адаптация

  5. N адаптация14 (тж. adaption, см. тж. adoption) theory


Unconscious, английский
  1. The unconscious (in psychology) the part of the mind which stores feelings, memories or desires that someone cannot consciously call up.  subconscious

  2. Inconsciente


Individual, английский

Comfortable, английский

Environment, английский
  1. Surrounding in which operates, including air, water, land, natural resources, flora, fauna, humans and their interaction.

  2. Окружающая среда. совокупность всех материальных тел, сил и явлений природы, ее вещество и пространство, любая деятельность человека, находящегося в непосредственном контакте с живыми организмами; совокупность абиотической, биотической и социальной сред,

  3. Окружающие условия [среда]; внешние факторы или воздействия; условия эксплуатации ` (лл)

  4. The conditions and influences under which an organism lives

  5. N 1 лнгв. окружение; 2 псхл. окружающая обстановка5 consonantal ~ консонантное окружение epanalepsis n эпаналепсис, удвоение6 epenthesis n 1 эпентеза, вставка звуков1; 2 добавление гласного звука для того, чтобы 3 английский как язык международного общения. 4 несовпадение стиховых и фразовых границ. 5 внешний контекст, в котором происходит наше поведение. 6 фигура речи, состоящая в повторе слова, словосочетания или пред- ложения. epenthetic 41 evaluation разбить труднопроизносимую группу (кла- стер) согласных

  6. Окружающая среда


Difference, английский
  1. Disagreement, inequity, contrast, dissimilarity, incompatibility

  2. Разница; разность


Corrections, английский

Progressive, английский
    A 1 длительный; 2 про- грессивный (ант. regressive) aspect, assimilation, dissimilation


Accommodation, английский
  1. The eye’s focusing power enabling the eye to see clearly at different distances. this process is achieved by the lens of the eye changing its shape. without the ability to accommodate, the image of an object would blur.

  2. N аккомодация4


Acupressure, английский
    A treatment which is based on the same principle as acupuncture in which, instead of needles, fingers are used on specific points on the body, called pressure points


Восприятия, русский

Adduction, английский
  1. Inward movement of the eye medially.

  2. The movement of a part of the body towards the midline or towards a neighbouring part. compare abduction. see illustration at anatomical terms in supplement


Accommodative vergence, английский
    A convergence response (to turn the eyes inward) which occurs as a direct result of accommodation (eye focusing). achromatism- the ability of the eye to adjust the focal power to see objects at different distances.