[ UK /bɪnˈɒkjʊləz/ ]
[ US /bəˈnɑkjəɫɝz/ ]
  1. (plural) an optical instrument designed for simultaneous use by both eyes
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How To Use binoculars In A Sentence

  • Essential tools include a bird identification field guide, a map of the airfield with a superimposed grid system for locating birds, and a pair of binoculars.
  • Granny viewed the eclipse by projecting the sun's image on to a sheet through her binoculars.
  • Before being freed, she was fitted with a special leg ring bearing unique identification marks, which can be clearly seen through binoculars.
  • We got close enough to see them with binoculars but not close enough for photographs.
  • A shepherd watched his flock through binoculars and his sheepdog watched from the back of the quadbike.
  • Your local astronomical society will be pleased to give you further advice and practical help in choosing a suitable telescope or pair of binoculars.
  • Most of its residentshave fled for better opportunities, says Cao Zheyun, another ethnic Korean,looking at quiet Namyang across the Tumen River through his binoculars.
  • The tourists got out of the coach, armed to the teeth with cameras, binoculars, and guidebooks.
  • Yet you don't need binoculars to spot his riding errors. Times, Sunday Times
  • A reporter has been arrested outside the home of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie for spying on the star couple with binoculars..
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