Optics Definition

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noun
The branch of physics dealing with the nature and properties of light and vision.
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Optics are the way something looks to an outsider, especially concerning political actions.
A politician playing golf during a violent protest in their home state would be an example of bad optics.
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The light-related aspects of a device.
The optics of this telescope are particularly good.
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(figuratively) Perception, image, public relations.

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Plural form of optic.

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