AskDefine | Define dichromatic

Dictionary Definition

dichromatic adj
1 of or relating to dichromatism
2 having two colors; "a bicolor flower"; "a bicolored postage stamp" [syn: bicolor, bicolour, bicolored, bicoloured, bichrome]

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English

Pronunciation

dī'krō mat'ic

Etymology

From Greek, chrōmatikós, pertaining to color

Adjective

dichromatic
  1. to have or show two colors
  2. in Zoology, an animal with two colors not due to age or season

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Extensive Definition

Dichromatic may refer to:
  • Dichromatic, a form of colour-blindness in which only two light wavelengths are distinguished rather than the usual three.
  • Dichromatic, describing an optical device which splits light into two parts according to its wavelength: a form of dichroism.

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