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Meaning of “spectacles” - Learner’s Dictionary

spectacles

noun [plural]     /ˈspektəklz/ old-fashioned
glasses: a pair of spectaclesEyesight, glasses and lensesUsing the eyesThe eye and surrounding areaOptics, microscopy and lasers
Translations of “spectacles”
in Arabic نَظّارات…
in Korean 안경…
in Malaysian cermin mata…
in French lunettes…
in Turkish gözlük…
in Italian occhiali…
in Russian очки…
in Polish okulary…
in Vietnamese kính đeo mắt…
in Spanish gafas, anteojos…
in Portuguese óculos…
in Thai แว่นตา…
in German die Brille…
in Catalan ulleres…
in Japanese めがね…
in Indonesian kacamata…
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