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telescope

['telɪskəup] брит. / амер.

  1. сущ.

      1. телескоп

      2. = radio telescope радиотелескоп

    1. подзорная труба

    2. (Telescope) астр. Телескоп (созвездие)

  2. гл.

      1. выдвигать, раздвигать; складывать

      2. выдвигаться, раздвигаться; складываться

    1. врезаться, сталкиваться

    2. сжимать, сокращать; ужимать, укладывать в более короткие сроки

    3. использовать в качестве телескопа

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telescope

['telɪskəǔp]

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телескоп

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A part of the light of the object beam, which has fallen within the microlens 3 aperture after scattering on the object, is supplied to the photodetector 6 through the telescope 4 and the polarization analyzer unit 5.
Часть света объектного пучка, которая после рассеяния на объекте попадает в апертуру микрообъектива 3, через телескоп 4, блок поляризационного анализатора 5 поступает на фотоприемник 6.
In 1930, or to be exact at the end of 1929, the telescope finally extracted from the gloomy murkiness on the fringes of the solar system another member of our planetary family.
В 1930 г. (вернее, ещё в конце 1929 г.) телескоп, наконец, извлёк из мрака окраин солнечной системы новый член нашей планетной семьи, получивший название Плутона.
Перельман, Яков / Занимательная астрономияPerelman, Yakov / Astronomy for Entertainment
Astronomy for Entertainment
Perelman, Yakov
Занимательная астрономия
Перельман, Яков
"Uranus was only recently discovered, by means of the telescope—a hundred and twenty years ago.”
Уран ведь открыли с помощью телескопа совсем недавно, сто двадцать лет назад.
Mann, Thomas / The Magic MountainМанн, Томас / Волшебная гора
Волшебная гора
Манн, Томас
© 1924, S.Fischer Verlag AG, Berlin
© Перевод. В. Станевич, наследники, 2009
© Перевод. В. Курелла, наследники, 2009
© ООО Издательство "АСТ МОСКВА", 2009
The Magic Mountain
Mann, Thomas
© 1995 by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.
Hilbert retorted in 1928, "To take the law of the excluded middle away from the mathematician would be like denying the astronomer the telescope or the boxer the use of his fists."
Гильберт возражал: «Отнять у математиков закон исключенного третьего — это то же, что забрать у астрономов телескоп или запретить боксерам пользоваться кулаками».
Kleene, Stephen Cole / Mathematical LogicКлини, С.К. / Математическая логика
Математическая логика
Клини, С.К.
© Перевод на русский язык «Мир», 1973
Mathematical Logic
Kleene, Stephen Cole
© 1967 by Stephen Cole Kleene
Mike produced the images combined to form this view on August 3, 2006 through a ten-inch telescope and a hi-resolution video camera.
Чтобы получить это изображение 3 августа 2006 года Майк сделал и соединил снимки с помощью десятидюймового телескопа и видео камеры с высоким разрешением.
© Astrogorizont.com
© 1999–2011, Universe Today
© European Space Agency
He leaned over his telescope basket and untied the rope that held it shut. He brought out the stone bottle.
— Он нагнулся к корзине, развязал веревку и вытащил глиняную бутылку.
Steinbeck, John / East Of EdenСтейнбек, Джон / На восток от Эдема
На восток от Эдема
Стейнбек, Джон
© Издательство "Правда", 1989
East Of Eden
Steinbeck, John
© John Steinbeck, 1952
© renewed Elaine Steinbeck, Thom Steinbeck, and John Steinbeck IV, 1980
With a modest budget, this system has obtained pictures almost comparable to the Hubble space telescope.
При весьма скромном бюджете эта система позволяет получать изображения, четкость которых почти не уступает изображениям с космического телескопа Хаббла.
Kaku, Michio / Parallel worlds : a journey through creation, higher dimensions, and the future of the cosmosКаку, Мичио / Параллельные миры: Об устройстве мироздания, высших измерениях и будущем Космоса
Параллельные миры: Об устройстве мироздания, высших измерениях и будущем Космоса
Каку, Мичио
© ООО Издательство «София», 2008
© 2005 by Michio Kaku
© «София», 2008
Parallel worlds : a journey through creation, higher dimensions, and the future of the cosmos
Kaku, Michio
© 2005 Michio Kaku
Thus, one can measure the position of a star by observing the position of a spot on a photographic plate, which is produced by the light of the star after it travels through a telescope.
Так можно измерить местоположение звезды, наблюдая расположение пятна на фотографической пластинке, которое вызвано пучком света от звезды, после его прохождения через телескоп.
Bohm, David / Quantum TheoryБом, Д. / Квантовая теория
Квантовая теория
Бом, Д.
Quantum Theory
Bohm, David
© renewed 1979 by David Bohm.
© 1951 by Prentice-Hall, Inc.
“I watched them all through my telescope.
Я наблюдал за ними в мой телескоп.
Mieville, China / The ScarМьевиль, Чайна / Шрам
Шрам
Мьевиль, Чайна
© Перевод. Г. Крылов, 2008
© Издание на русском языке. ООО "Издательство "Эксмо", 2008
© 2002 by China Mieville
The Scar
Mieville, China
© 2002 by China Mieville
Such an antiquated observation method was highly inefficient and often sparked bitter feuds among astronomers who felt slighted by the "priesthood” monopolizing time on the telescope.
Этот устаревший способ наблюдения был чрезвычайно неэффективен и часто служил причиной ожесточенных споров среди астрономов, которые чувствовали себя ущемленными со стороны «верхушки», монополизировавшей время работы за телескопами.
Kaku, Michio / Parallel worlds : a journey through creation, higher dimensions, and the future of the cosmosКаку, Мичио / Параллельные миры: Об устройстве мироздания, высших измерениях и будущем Космоса
Параллельные миры: Об устройстве мироздания, высших измерениях и будущем Космоса
Каку, Мичио
© ООО Издательство «София», 2008
© 2005 by Michio Kaku
© «София», 2008
Parallel worlds : a journey through creation, higher dimensions, and the future of the cosmos
Kaku, Michio
© 2005 Michio Kaku
A new sky survey, carried out with the 305-metre (1000-foot) Aricebo radio telescope in Puerto Rico should tease out more of these objects in the future.
Новое исследование неба, проведенное с помощью 305-метрового (1000-футового) радиотелескопа Аричебо (Aricebo) в Пуэрто-Рико должно открыть другие похожие объекты в будущем.
© Astrogorizont.com
© 1999–2011, Universe Today
© European Space Agency
He and some of the other master telescope builders in that audience may be nearing retirement, but they're still vigorously pursuing new science with their equally robust observatory.
Он и некоторые другие крупные конструкторы телескопов в аудитории уже приближаются к пенсионному возрасту, но они все еще активно занимаются новыми исследованиями в их обсерватории.
© Astrogorizont.com
© European Space Agency
© 1999–2011, Universe Today
Vittoria stepped up to the device and carefully aligned her right eye with a protruding lens that looked like a telescope.
Виттория подошла к аппарату и, склонившись, приблизила правый глаз к выпуклой, чем-то похожей на окуляр телескопа линзе.
Brown, Dan / Angels and DemonsБраун, Дэн / Ангелы и демоны
Ангелы и демоны
Браун, Дэн
© Dan Brown, 2000
© Перевод. Г.Б. Косов, 2004
© ООО «Издательство ACT», 2005
Angels and Demons
Brown, Dan
© 2000 by Dan Brown
He clapped to the telescope and flung his arms round his mother.
- Он захлопнул подзорную трубку и бурно обнял мать.
Thackeray, William Makepeace / Vanity FairТеккерей, Уильям Мейкпис / Ярмарка тщеславия
Ярмарка тщеславия
Теккерей, Уильям Мейкпис
© Издательство "Художественная литература", 1976
Vanity Fair
Thackeray, William Makepeace
© Wordsworth Editions Limited 2001
The same invention suggests that a cylindrical telescope be used to introduce astigmatic correction.
В том же изобретении для внесения астигматической коррекции предлагается использовать цилиндрический телескоп.

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'telɪskəupNounтелескопExamples

to focus a telescope on smth. — настраивать телескоп на что-л.

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Collocations

astronomical telescope
астротруба
balloon-borne telescope
аэростатный телескоп
cryogenically cooled telescope
телескоп с криогенным охлаждением
exoatmospheric telescope
внеатмосферный телескоп
extracentral telescope
труба внецентральная
Galilean telescope
телескоп Галилея
ground-based telescope
наземный телескоп
HEO telescope
телескоп на высокой околоземной орбите
infinite telescope
бесконечный телескоп
interferometer radio telescope
интерференционный радиотелескоп
knee-bent telescope
коленчатая подзорная труба
LEO telescope
телескоп на низкой околоземной орбите
long-focal length telescope
телескоп с длиннофокусным расстоянием
meniscus telescope
менисковый телескоп
meridian transit telescope
меридианная труба

Word forms

telescope

verb
Basic forms
Pasttelescoped
Imperativetelescope
Present Participle (Participle I)telescoping
Past Participle (Participle II)telescoped
Present Indefinite, Active Voice
I telescopewe telescope
you telescopeyou telescope
he/she/it telescopesthey telescope
Present Continuous, Active Voice
I am telescopingwe are telescoping
you are telescopingyou are telescoping
he/she/it is telescopingthey are telescoping
Present Perfect, Active Voice
I have telescopedwe have telescoped
you have telescopedyou have telescoped
he/she/it has telescopedthey have telescoped
Present Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I have been telescopingwe have been telescoping
you have been telescopingyou have been telescoping
he/she/it has been telescopingthey have been telescoping
Past Indefinite, Active Voice
I telescopedwe telescoped
you telescopedyou telescoped
he/she/it telescopedthey telescoped
Past Continuous, Active Voice
I was telescopingwe were telescoping
you were telescopingyou were telescoping
he/she/it was telescopingthey were telescoping
Past Perfect, Active Voice
I had telescopedwe had telescoped
you had telescopedyou had telescoped
he/she/it had telescopedthey had telescoped
Past Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I had been telescopingwe had been telescoping
you had been telescopingyou had been telescoping
he/she/it had been telescopingthey had been telescoping
Future Indefinite, Active Voice
I shall/will telescopewe shall/will telescope
you will telescopeyou will telescope
he/she/it will telescopethey will telescope
Future Continuous, Active Voice
I shall/will be telescopingwe shall/will be telescoping
you will be telescopingyou will be telescoping
he/she/it will be telescopingthey will be telescoping
Future Perfect, Active Voice
I shall/will have telescopedwe shall/will have telescoped
you will have telescopedyou will have telescoped
he/she/it will have telescopedthey will have telescoped
Future Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I shall/will have been telescopingwe shall/will have been telescoping
you will have been telescopingyou will have been telescoping
he/she/it will have been telescopingthey will have been telescoping
Future in the Past Indefinite, Active Voice
I should/would telescopewe should/would telescope
you would telescopeyou would telescope
he/she/it would telescopethey would telescope
Future in the Past Continuous, Active Voice
I should/would be telescopingwe should/would be telescoping
you would be telescopingyou would be telescoping
he/she/it would be telescopingthey would be telescoping
Future in the Past Perfect, Active Voice
I should/would have telescopedwe should/would have telescoped
you would have telescopedyou would have telescoped
he/she/it would have telescopedthey would have telescoped
Future in the Past Perfect Continuous, Active Voice
I should/would have been telescopingwe should/would have been telescoping
you would have been telescopingyou would have been telescoping
he/she/it would have been telescopingthey would have been telescoping
Present Indefinite, Passive Voice
I am telescopedwe are telescoped
you are telescopedyou are telescoped
he/she/it is telescopedthey are telescoped
Present Continuous, Passive Voice
I am being telescopedwe are being telescoped
you are being telescopedyou are being telescoped
he/she/it is being telescopedthey are being telescoped
Present Perfect, Passive Voice
I have been telescopedwe have been telescoped
you have been telescopedyou have been telescoped
he/she/it has been telescopedthey have been telescoped
Past Indefinite, Passive Voice
I was telescopedwe were telescoped
you were telescopedyou were telescoped
he/she/it was telescopedthey were telescoped
Past Continuous, Passive Voice
I was being telescopedwe were being telescoped
you were being telescopedyou were being telescoped
he/she/it was being telescopedthey were being telescoped
Past Perfect, Passive Voice
I had been telescopedwe had been telescoped
you had been telescopedyou had been telescoped
he/she/it had been telescopedthey had been telescoped
Future Indefinite, Passive Voice
I shall/will be telescopedwe shall/will be telescoped
you will be telescopedyou will be telescoped
he/she/it will be telescopedthey will be telescoped
Future Perfect, Passive Voice
I shall/will have been telescopedwe shall/will have been telescoped
you will have been telescopedyou will have been telescoped
he/she/it will have been telescopedthey will have been telescoped

telescope

noun
SingularPlural
Common casetelescopetelescopes
Possessive casetelescope'stelescopes'