Traducción de periscope en español:

periscope

periscopio, n.

Pronunciación: /ˈpɛrəˌskoʊp//ˈpɛrɪskəʊp/

nombre

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    periscopio masculino
    • The driver's compartment is equipped with three observation periscopes.
    • Visitors can try out a submariner's bunk, learn how to control the boat as it dives, look through the periscope, detect underwater sounds on a hydrophone, climb into a mock conning tower and operate an escape chamber.
    • The commander has seven optical periscopes which provide 360° observation and a dedicated sight for weapon aiming.
    • Although cramped and uncomfortable, these boats were fine examples of engineering, with most of the features to be found on normal-sized boats, including a periscope.
    • Human lookouts are used to detect submarine periscopes.
    • To see above and below the water, mudskippers pop their movable eyes out of the water and move them up and down like a submarine periscope.
    • The gunner's station is equipped with gunner's main sight, three periscopes and a visual display unit.
    • When disturbed, they dive headfirst under water, or they sink slowly into the water until only their heads are above water, like submarine periscopes.
    • As you descend, your first sight of the submarine will be a selection of masts and periscopes rising from the conning tower.
    • One idea that remained on paper only was to train seagulls to land on periscopes at sea thus giving away the position of a submarine!
    • The cork floated on the surface, its quill upright like the periscope of a submarine.
    • Closer examination revealed a pair of compound eyes mounted on movable stalks, protruding from a burrow and rotating independently, like the periscopes of a submarine.
    • He also made the submarine commander glare through the periscope with his right eye so that it could be seen more easily.
    • There was the conning tower with the periscope easily identifiable inside; there were the access hatches.
    • The driver is equipped with three forward periscopes plus one periscope to the left.
    • The retractable masts viewed from bow to stern are the periscopes, radar antennae, radio and satellite communications and navigation masts.
    • Primitive periscopes, made from long wooden boxes with mirrors, were arranged so that an observer could look over the rim of the trench without getting hit by a sniper's bullet.
    • Their compound eyes look like a periscope of a submarine and allow the lobster to see images in a mosaic pattern.
    • Since mines don't emit sounds, produce heat, make transient sounds or poke periscopes through the surface of the water to attack their prey, minemen have to look for shapes.
    • Another classic application of the field lens is in a periscope or endoscope.