chronoscope

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chrono- +‎ -scope

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chronoscope (plural chronoscopes)

  1. An optical instrument used to measure very small time intervals with precision.
    Synonym: chronometer
  2. (science fiction) A device for viewing the past or the future.
    Synonym: chronovisor

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