Emmetropia

Emmetropia [em-ih-TROH-pee-ə]


Part of speech: noun
Origin: Latin, 19th century


1. The normal condition of the eye.


Examples of emmetropia in a sentence


“The ophthalmologist told Lesley she had emmetropia and wouldn’t need glasses.”


“Emmetropia is a prerequisite for a number of jobs, including firefighter and air traffic controller.”