nounADJECTIVE▪ high-powered, powerful… OF BINOCULARS▪ pairVERB + 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.▪ lowerPREPOSITION▪ through binoculars▪
We watched the race through binoculars.
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binoculars — Optical instrument for providing a magnified view of distant objects, consisting of two similar telescopes, one for each eye, mounted on a single frame. In most binoculars, each telescope has two prisms, which reinvert the inverted image provided … Universalium
binoculars — [[t]bɪnɒ̱kjʊlə(r)z[/t]] N PLURAL: also a pair of N Binoculars consist of two small telescopes joined together side by side, which you look through in order to look at things that are a long way away … English dictionary
binoculars — binoklis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. binoculars vok. Binokel, n; Doppelfernrohr, n rus. бинокль, m pranc. binocle, m … Fizikos terminų žodynas
binoculars — noun /ˈbɪnˌɒk.jʊ.lə(ɹ)z,ˈbənˌɒk.jə.lə(ɹ)z/ A hand held device consisting of a series of lenses and prisms, used to magnify objects so that they can be better seen from a distance, and looked at through both eyes. Syn: binocs, field glasses,… … Wiktionary
binoculars — (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. field glasses, magnification, magnifying lenses … English dictionary for students
binoculars — bi|noc|u|lars [bıˈnɔkjuləz, baı US ˈna:kjulərz] n [plural] [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: binocular using both eyes (18 21 centuries), from Latin bini ( BINARY) + oculus eye ] a pair of special glasses, that you hold up to your eyes to look at objects … Dictionary of contemporary English
binoculars — bin|oc|u|lars [ bı nakjələrz ] noun plural * a piece of equipment with two parts that you hold against your eyes and look through to see distant objects more clearly … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English