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binoculars
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
binoculars /bi'nɔkjuləz/
  • (bất qui tắc) danh từ số nhiều
    • ống nhòm
Concise Dictionary
noun
+an optical instrument designed for simultaneous use by both eyes
Advanced English Dictionary
(also field glasses)
+ noun
[pl.] an instrument, like two small TELESCOPES fixed together, that makes objects that are far away seem nearer when you look through it: a pair of binoculars + We looked at the birds through binoculars.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

high-powered, powerful

QUANT.

pair

VERB + BINOCULARS

look through | focus, train
He focused his binoculars on the building in the distance.
| adjust | lift, raise
She raised her binoculars to the distant road across the valley.
| lower

PREP.

through ~
watching the race through binoculars



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