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panorama

noun [C]  us   /ˌpæn·əˈræm·ə, -ˈrɑ·mə/
a view from a great distance that covers a very large area: From the top floor of the hotel you get a panorama of the whole city.
panoramic
adjective  us   /ˌpæn·əˈræm·ɪk/
a panoramic view of the city
Translations of “panorama”
in Vietnamese toàn cảnh…
in Spanish panorama…
in Thai ภาพมุมกว้าง…
in Malaysian panorama…
in French panorama…
in German das Panorama…
in Chinese (Traditional) 全景, 全貌,概述,概論…
in Indonesian pemandangan…
in Russian панорама…
in Turkish genel/görünüm manzara…
in Chinese (Simplified) 全景, 全貌,概述,概论…
in Polish panorama…
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