[ UK /ba‍ɪfˈə‍ʊkə‍lz/ ]
[ US /ˈbaɪfoʊkəɫz/ ]
  1. (plural) eyeglasses having two focal lengths, one for near vision and the other for far vision
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How To Use bifocals In A Sentence

  • I watched him set frameless bifocals on the end of his nose.
  • With the word 'bifocals' staring him in the face, Jelinsky might well have started writing it absently. Banquets of the Black Widowers
  • Today on The Health Report, is there a prospect of being able to throw away reading glasses and bifocals?
  • For instance, the first time you don a new pair of bifocals, there is a difference in what you perceive visually and what your hand does when you go to reach for something.
  • George peered thoughtfully at her through his bifocals. THE LONELY SEA
  • Yet Franklin also invented bifocals, the lightning rod, the Franklin stove, a flexible urinary catheter, not to mention the armonica [glass harmonica], and, with his cousin, was the first to name and to chart the Gulf Stream. July « 2008 « L.E. Modesitt, Jr. – The Official Website
  • I've got progressive bifocals, and the "bifocal" part occupies Home Theater Forum
  • She leaned her head against my shoulder, a kittenish move that would have been appropriate from an eight-year-old, and was extremely odd when performed by a woman who needed bifocals to read a menu.
  • Now he was a greying elder, spectacled in thick bifocals, wrinkled in his once handsome features, and knotted and veined in limbs.
  • Her eyes narrowed as she peered over her bifocals.
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