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English definition of “glasses”

glasses

plural noun  /ˈɡlæs·əz/ (also eyeglasses) us  
two small pieces of specially made glass or transparent plastic worn in front of the eyes to improve sight and held in place with a frame that reaches back over the ears: a pair of glasses
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