binoculars


binoculars
noun
ADJECTIVE
high-powered, powerful
… OF BINOCULARS
pair
VERB + BINOCULARS
use
look through
focus

He focused his binoculars on the building in the distance.

adjust
lift, raise

She raised her binoculars to the distant road across the valley.

lower
PREPOSITION
through binoculars

We watched the race through binoculars.


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