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

"sunglasses" in British English

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sunglassesnoun [plural]

uk   /ˈsʌŋˌɡlɑː.sɪz/  us   /ˈsʌnˌɡlæs.ɪz/ (also dark glasses, informal shades)
A2 darkglasses that you ​wear to ​protectyoureyes from ​brightlight from the ​sun: a pair of sunglasses
(Definition of sunglasses from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"sunglasses" in American English

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sunglassesplural noun

 us   /ˈsʌnˌɡlæs·əs/
darkglasses you ​wear to ​protectyoureyes from the ​light of the ​sun
(Definition of sunglasses from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “sunglasses”
in Arabic نَظّارة شَمْسِيّة…
in Korean 선글라스, 색안경…
in Portuguese óculos escuros/de sol…
in Catalan ulleres de sol…
in Japanese サングラス…
in Chinese (Simplified) 墨镜,太阳镜…
in Turkish güneş gözlüğü…
in Russian солнцезащитные очки…
in Chinese (Traditional) 墨鏡,太陽眼鏡…
in Italian occhiali da sole…
in Polish okulary przeciwsłoneczne lub słoneczne…
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