Binocular

• (a.) Adapted to the use of both eyes; as, a binocular microscope or telescope. • (n.) A binocular glass, whether opera glass, telescope, or microscope. • (a.) Pertaining to both eyes; employing both eyes at once; as, binocular vision. • (a.) Having two eyes.
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binocular

(bĭ-nok´u-lәr) pertaining to both eyes. having two eyepieces, as in a microscope.
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binocular

1. Having two eyes. 'Most animals are binocular.' ... 2. Pertaining to both eyes; employing both eyes at once; as, binocular vision. ... 3. Adapted to the use of both eyes; as, a binocular microscope or telescope. ... Origin: Cf. F. Binoculaire. See Binocle. ... A binocular glass, whether opera glass, telescope, or microscope. ... Source: Websters ...
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binocular

adjective relating to both eyes; `binocular vision`
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Binocular

[horse] Binocular, foaled on March 17, 2004 in France, is a French thoroughbred retired 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. Binocular started racing as a two year old when he was entered into the Prix de Belleville – for...
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Binocular

Bin·oc'u·lar adjective [ Confer French binoculaire . See Binocle .] 1. Having two eyes. 'Most animals are binocular .' Derham. 2. Pertaining to both eyes; employing both eyes at once; as, binocular vision. 3. Adapted to the use of both e...
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binocular

binocular 1. With both eyes, as in binocular vision. 2. With two eyepieces, as in a binocular microscope. 3. Involving or using both eyes, or relating to vision using both eyes. As stated above, binoculars are field glasses adapted to the use of both eyes, in contrast with the telescope, which is a monocular instrument.
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binocular

binocular, small optical instrument consisting of two similar telescopes mounted on a single frame so that separate images enter each of the viewer's eyes. As with a single telescope, distant objects appear magnified, but the binocular has the additional advantage that it substantially increases the...
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Binocular

Binocular: 1. With both eyes, as in binocular vision. 2. With two eyepieces, as in a binocular microscope.
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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).
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Binocular

Involving both eyes.
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binocular

optical instrument, usually handheld, for providing a magnified stereoscopic view of distant objects, consisting of two similar telescopes, one for ... [1 related articles]
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binocular

Relating to both eyes.
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binocular

Type: Term Pronunciation: bin-ok′yū-lăr Definitions: 1. Adapted to the use of both eyes; said of an optic instrument.
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binocular

[adj] - relating to both eyes 2. [n] - an optical instrument designed for simultaneous use by both eyes
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