binocular binocular  /bə ˈnɑk jə lər/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) relating to both eyes

Usage(s):

  1. Between skull cap and mask, his head sprouts a startling pair of binocular spectacles.
  2. It looks like another trash cube--but with binocular eyes, forklift plates for arms and Caterpillar tracks to navigate the rough terrain.
  3. Besides binocular vision, human eyes have another ability that conventional movies lack: they see a much wider field.

News

  1. Celestron® Gets Ready for ISON with New Cometron Line

    With Cometron telescopes and binoculars, you’ll always be prepared for the next great celestial event. [PR.com]
    on July 9, 2013     Source: PR.com

  2. Leschper: Look ahead to fall season with binoculars

    Whether you're a hunter, birdwatcher or sports fan, the optics world can be a little confusing. Binoculars come in all shapes, sizes, colors and prices, but knowing what type to buy can be tricky.
    on July 7, 2013     Source: Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Quotes

  1. McCoy said: "When I schooled him last week it was the first time he has hurdled like we know Binocular can - like a champion hurdler. He didn't have a good build-up this year. He has not been hurdling (well) all year, he's just done something funny...
    on Mar 16, 2010 By: Tony McCoy Source: Times Online

  2. "Binocular was very good. To be a champion hurdler you have to hurdle really well and that is what he does," said Swan. "He's very quick, he has the pace and he stays - he has everything. He has speed and one of the best things about him is...
    on Dec 21, 2008 By: Charlie Swan Source: Irish Times

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