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Meaning of “panorama” in the English Dictionary

"panorama" in British English

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panoramanoun [C]

uk   /ˌpæn.ərˈɑː.mə/  us   /-əˈræm.ə/
a ​view of a ​widearea: From the ​hotelroof you can ​enjoy a panorama of the ​wholecity. a ​view, ​description, or ​study of ​events or ​activities: The ​investigationrevealed a panorama of ​corruption and ​illegaldealings.
panoramic
adjective uk   /ˌpæn.ərˈæm.ɪk/  us   /-əˈræm-/
a ​wonderful panoramic view of the ​countryside
(Definition of panorama from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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panoramanoun [C]

 us   /ˌpæn·əˈræm·ə, -ˈrɑ·mə/
a ​view from a ​greatdistance that ​covers a very ​largearea: From the ​topfloor of the ​hotel you get a panorama of the ​wholecity.
panoramic
adjective  us   /ˌpæn·əˈræm·ɪk/
a panoramic ​view of the ​city
(Definition of panorama from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “panorama”
in Spanish panorama…
in Vietnamese toàn cảnh…
in Malaysian panorama…
in Thai ภาพมุมกว้าง…
in French panorama…
in German das Panorama…
in Chinese (Simplified) 全景, 全貌,概述,概论…
in Turkish genel/görünüm manzara…
in Russian панорама…
in Indonesian pemandangan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 全景, 全貌,概述,概論…
in Polish panorama…
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