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roentgenoscope

[ rent-guh-nuh-skohp, -juh-, ruhnt- ]
/ ˈrɛnt gə nəˌskoʊp, -dʒə-, ˈrʌnt- /
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noun Physics.
a fluoroscope.
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Origin of roentgenoscope

First recorded in 1920–25; roentgeno- + -scope

OTHER WORDS FROM roentgenoscope

roent·gen·o·scop·ic [rent-guh-nuh-skop-ik, -juh-, ruhnt-], /ˌrɛnt gə nəˈskɒp ɪk, -dʒə-, ˌrʌnt-/, adjectiveroent·gen·os·co·py [rent-guh-nos-kuh-pee, -juh-, ruhnt-], /ˌrɛnt gəˈnɒs kə pi, -dʒə-, ˌrʌnt-/, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for roentgenoscope

roentgenoscope

rntgenoscope

/ (ˈrɒntɡənəʊˌskəʊp, -tjə-, ˈrɛnt-) /

noun
a less common name for fluoroscope

Derived forms of roentgenoscope

roentgenoscopic or rntgenoscopic (ˌrɒntɡənəʊˈskɒpɪk, -tjə-,ˌrɛnt-), adjectiveroentgenoscopy or rntgenoscopy (ˌrɒntɡəˈnɒskəpɪ, -tjə-, ˌrɛnt-), noun
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