noun, plural stereos.
a stereoscopic photograph.
stereophonic sound reproduction.
a system or the equipment for reproducing stereophonic sound.
Printing. stereotype (defs 1, 2).
pertaining to stereophonic sound, stereoscopic photography, etc.
verb (used with object)
Printing. stereotype (def 5).
a combining form borrowed from Greek, where it meant “solid”, used with reference to hardness, solidity, three-dimensionality in the formation of compound words:
stereochemistry; stereogram; stereoscope.
short for stereophonic, stereoscopic
noun (pl) stereos
stereophonic sound: to broadcast in stereo
a stereophonic record player, tape recorder, etc
a stereoscopic photograph
(printing) short for stereotype
indicating three-dimensional quality or solidity: stereoscope
Solid; solid body: stereotropism.
[step-uh n-ri-peet] /ˈstɛp ən rɪˈpit/ adjective, Printing. 1. noting or pertaining to a process by which successive photo-offset plates are produced automatically or semiautomatically with great precision: used especially in making plates for multicolor printing.
noun, Architecture. 1. the foundation or base upon which a building or the like is erected. 2. the solid platform forming the floor and substructure of a classical temple; crepidoma; podium. noun 1. another name for stylobate 2. a foundation of a building in the form of a platform of masonry
[ster-ee-oh-kam-er-uh, -kam-ruh, steer-] /ˈstɛr i oʊˌkæm ər ə, -ˌkæm rə, ˈstɪər-/ noun 1. a stereoscopic camera.
stereocampimeter ster·e·o·cam·pim·e·ter (stěr’ē-ō-kām-pĭm’ĭ-tər, stēr’-) n. An apparatus for studying the central visual fields.