[ foh-toh-pee-uh ]
/ foʊˈtoʊ pi ə /
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vision in bright light (opposed to scotopia).
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OTHER WORDS FROM photopiapho·top·ic [foh-top-ik, -toh-pik], /foʊˈtɒp ɪk, -ˈtoʊ pɪk/, adjective
Words nearby photopia
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British Dictionary definitions for photopia
/ (fəʊˈtəʊpɪə) /
the normal adaptation of the eye to light; day vision
Derived forms of photopiaphotopic (fəʊˈtɒpɪk, -ˈtəʊ-), adjective
Word Origin for photopia
C20: New Latin, from photo- + -opia
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Medical definitions for photopia
[ fō-tō′pē-ə ]
Vision in bright light, mediated by cone cells of the retina; daylight vision.photopic vision
Other words from photopiapho•to′pic (-tō′pĭk, -tŏp′ĭk) adj.
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