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panorama

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌpæn.ərˈɑː.mə/ US  /-əˈræm.ə/
a view of a wide area
全景
From the hotel roof you can enjoy a panorama of the whole city.
從飯店樓頂上你可以欣賞到城市的全景。
Scenery and views
a view, description or study of events or activities
全貌,概述,概論
The investigation revealed a panorama of corruption and illegal dealings.
調查揭露了腐敗和非法交易的全貌。
Scenery and views
panoramic
 
 
/ˌpæn.ərˈæm.ɪk/ US  /-əˈræm-/ adjective
a wonderful panoramic view of the countryside
美不勝收的鄉村全景
Scenery and views
Translations of “panorama”
in Vietnamese toàn cảnh…
in Spanish panorama…
in Thai ภาพมุมกว้าง…
in Malaysian panorama…
in French panorama…
in German das Panorama…
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…
(Definition of panorama from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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