a microscope having two objective lenses and using a system of prisms to form in one eyepiece adjacent images of two different objects.
[kuh m-par-uh-suh n-shop] /kəmˈpær ə sənˌʃɒp/ verb (used without object), comparison-shopped, comparison-shopping. 1. to compare prices and quality of competing merchandise. verb (used with object), comparison-shopped, comparison-shopping. 2. to compare prices and quality of merchandise in (competing stores) to determine the best value. 3. to compare prices and quality of (competing merchandise).
noun, Mathematics. 1. the theorem that a given infinite series converges if the absolute value of each term of the given series is less than or equal to the corresponding term in a known convergent series.
noun 1. an employee of a retail store hired to visit competing stores in order to gather information regarding styles, quality, prices, etc., of merchandise offered by competitors.
[kuh m-pahr-suh] /kəmˈpɑr sə/ noun 1. a song and folk dance of Cuba.