binoculars Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “binoculars” in the English Dictionary

"binoculars" in British English

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binocularsnoun [plural]

uk   /bɪˈnɒk.jʊ.ləz/  us   /-ˈnɑː.kjʊ.lɚz/
a ​pair of ​tubes with ​glass lenses at either end that you ​look through to ​see things ​far away more ​clearly: a ​pair of binoculars
(Definition of binoculars from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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binocularsplural noun

 us   /bəˈnɑk·jə·lərz, bɑɪ-/
a ​device for making ​objects that are ​far away ​appear nearer and ​larger, and made of two ​attachedtubes that you ​hold up to ​youreyes to ​look through: a ​pair of binoculars
(Definition of binoculars from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “binoculars”
in Korean 쌍안경…
in Arabic مِنْظار مُقَرِّب…
in Malaysian teropong binokular…
in French jumelles…
in Russian бинокль…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雙筒望遠鏡…
in Italian binocolo…
in Turkish dürbün…
in Polish lornetka…
in Spanish prismáticos…
in Vietnamese ống nhòm…
in Portuguese binóculo…
in Thai กล้องส่องทางไกล…
in German das Fernglas…
in Catalan binocles, prismàtics…
in Japanese 双眼鏡…
in Chinese (Simplified) 双筒镜…
in Indonesian keker, teropong…
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