half-moon glasses Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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half-moon glassesnoun [plural]

uk   us   UK
glasses with lensesshaped like ​halfcircles, used for ​reading: She ​peered over her ​half-moonglasses at me and ​asked why I was so late.
(Definition of half-moon glasses from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “half-moon glasses”
in Chinese (Simplified) 半月形眼镜(半圆形镜片的眼镜,阅读时使用)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 半月形眼鏡(半圓形鏡片的眼鏡,閱讀時使用)…
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