Definition of Focussing

1. Noun. The concentration of attention or energy on something. "He had no direction in his life"

Exact synonyms: Centering, Direction, Focal Point, Focus, Focusing
Generic synonyms: Absorption, Concentration, Engrossment, Immersion
Specialized synonyms: Particularism
Derivative terms: Center, Center, Focus, Focus, Focus, Focus



Definition of Focussing

1. Adjective. Used for or pertaining to focussing. ¹

2. Noun. The action of the verb '''to focus'''. ¹

3. Verb. (present participle of focus) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Focussing

1. focus [v] - See also: focus

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Focussing

focusability
focusable
focused
focused grid
focuser
focusers
focuses
focusing
focusing device
focusing magnifier
focusings
focusless
focussed
focusses
focussing (current term)
fodder
foddered
fodderer
fodderers
foddering
fodders
fodgel
fodient
fodientia
fodients
fodies
fodrin
fody
foe

Literary usage of Focussing

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1. The Complete Photographer by Roger Child Bayley (1906)
"... stops—The importance of parallelism—focussing from the back or front—Copying—Depth of focus—Selection of a stop—focussing landscapes—Interiors—focussing ..."

2. Photographic Optics by Désiré van Monckhoven (1867)
"We shall speak presently of the focussing. But let us mention now, ... focussing the enlarged Image.—If the negative is of carte-de-visite size, ..."

3. Principles of Microscopy: Being a Handbook to the Microscope by Almroth Wright (1906)
"Mirror—The substage diaphragm—The substage condenser—focussing of the substage condenser—Supplementary points in connexion with the focussing of the ..."

4. How to Work with the Microscope by Lionel Smith Beale (1870)
"To permit ready focussing at distances greater than the length of the arm, a wooden rod three fourths of an inch in diameter and capable of easy rotation ..."

5. The Production of Elliptic Interferences in Relation to Interferometry by Carl Barus, Maxwell Barus (1911)
"Single focussing lens behind the grating.—The lens L, which should be achromatic, ... Different parts of the spectrum require focussing. TABLE 2. Grating. ..."

6. The Lens: A Practical Guide to the Choice, Use, and Testing of Photographic by Thomas Bolas, George Edward Brown (1902)
"focussing. [1] How to Focus,—As explained in Chapter IV., objects at different distances from—and not very far from—the camera are obtained equally sharp by ..."

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