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Master eye

Definition
noun
The eye preferred for visual input or the eye habitually used for monocular vision
Supplement
For instance, the master eye pertains to the eye repeatedly used to look through the image during a monocular task, such as when viewing under a monocular microscope.
Synonym(s):

  • dominant eye

See also:

  • ocular
  • sinistrocular
  • dextrocular


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