achromat

[ ak-ruh-mat ]
/ ˈæk rəˌmæt /

noun

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Origin of achromat

First recorded in 1905–10; by shortening
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British Dictionary definitions for achromat

achromat
/ (ˈækrəˌmæt) /

noun

Also called: achromatic lens a lens designed to bring light of two chosen wavelengths to the same focal point, thus reducing chromatic aberrationCompare apochromat
a person who has no colour vision at all and can distinguish only black, white, and grey. The condition is very rare
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