noun. a transportable visual examining gadget utilized for the swift evaluation of visual acuity, colored sight, and depth perception. A common utilization in American cases is for visual screening during the process of applying for a driver's license.

ORTHO-RATER: "The Department of Motor Vehicles often uses an orthorater to assess the vision of driving applicants."
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