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mid-15c., from Late Latin parabolicus, from late Greek parabolikos "figurative," from parabole (see parable). Related: Parabolical.
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A mirror whose surface is figured to the shape of a paraboloid, a particular form of open curve.
Source: sci2.esa.int

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In digital video and film terminology parabolic is a type of microphone that is used to record sounds from a great distance.
Source: webopedia.com

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A market that moves a great distance in a very short period of time, frequently moving in an accelerating fashion that resembles one half of a parabola. Parabolic moves can be either up or down.
Source: efxnow.com

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the thing that holds a camera in the place that you want so it does not move
Anthony - 12 January 2022

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(adj) having the form of a parabola(adj) resembling or expressed by parables
Source: beedictionary.com

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A bowl-like metal device, silver plated, reflector with a small oil lamp in the center.
Source: seathelights.com

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