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/biˈnäkyələrz/,
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binoculars, plural;
  1. An optical instrument with a lens for each eye, used for viewing distant objects


  1. an optical instrument designed for simultaneous use by both eyes
  2. (binocular) relating to both eyes; "binocular vision"
  3. Binoculars, field glasses or binocular telescopes are a pair of identical or mirror-symmetrical telescopes mounted side-by-side and aligned to point accurately in the same direction, allowing the viewer to use both eyes (binocular vision) when viewing distant objects. ...
  4. (Binocular (Atrox album)) Atrox is an avant-garde metal band from Trondheim, Norway. The group originally formed under the name "Suffocation" but soon changed it because of numerous other bands with the same name., Allmusic. ...
  5. (Binocular (band)) Kevin Rudolf (born 1983) is an American singer-songwriter, and record producer. Rudolf is signed to Cash Money Records and Universal Republic. Born and raised in New York, he is based out of Miami, Florida. ...
  6. (Binocular (horse)) Binocular, foaled on March 17, 2004 in France, is a French thoroughbred racehorse, born to sire, Enrique and dam Bleu Ciel Et Blanc. He is owned by J. P. McManus and trained by Nicky Henderson. His primary jockey is Tony McCoy.[https://www.racingpost.com/horses/horse_home. ...
  7. A hand-held device consisting of a series of lenses and prisms, used to magnify objects so that they can be better seen from a distance, and looked at through both eyes
  8. (binocular) A pair of small telescopes, one for each eye, used to magnify distant objects.
  9. (binocular) vision typical of mammals in which the same object is viewed by both eyes; the coordination of the two images permits perception of distance
  10. (Binocular) A device that includes a pair of connected magnification tubes for distant viewing.
  11. (Binocular) A portable optical instrument that consists of two small telescopes mounted together with a central focusing device and viewed through using both eyes.
  12. (Binocular) Eyes positioned on the front of the face giving felines the ability to focus both eyes on a single object.
  13. (Binocular) Having two eyepieces. All stereomicroscopes and some microscopes are binocular. Since each individual is different, our binocular scopes allow for interpupillary adjustment (eye spacing).
  14. (Binocular) Seeing with two eyes. This allows humans to see the world in 3D depth.
  15. (Binocular) The simultaneous use of the two eyes in the act of vision to produce one image.
  16. (Binocular) Two eyes.  The term “binocular stereopsis” (two-eyed solid seeing) is used in some psychology books for the depth sense more simply described as stereopsis.
  17. (Binocular) Viewing a scene through two channels; i.e. one channel per eye.
  18. Binocular, from the Latin for “two eyes,” refers to conditions or treatments applied to both eyes.
  19. An observing instrument consisting of two small telescopes joined together to allow stereoscopic vision.
  20. A pair of telescopes for use with both eyes simultaneously. Essential components are an objective, an eyepiece and some system of prisms to invert and reverse the image.
  21. are the primary instrument for a wide range of activities.
  22. More 16a Ceeform 3-ways that look…. Well, you’re getting the hang of it now.
  23. may be used only before your turn at the stake in order to reduce congestion on the course. Be considerate.
  24. "Binoculars" are usually hand held devices used to magnify objects in the distance and are essential in locating man overboard"s (MOB's).
  25. special lenses for seeing at a distance