Definition of naked eye in English:

naked eye

Syllabification: na·ked eye

noun

(usually the naked eye)
  • Unassisted vision, without a telescope, microscope, or other device: threadworm eggs are so small that they cannot be seen with the naked eye
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    • Telescopes, binoculars, cameras and naked eyes all strained seawards to catch a glimpse of these huge creatures that had invaded the Cornish coast.
    • We can only do sample testing, in most cases with the naked eyes only.
    • There were seven major heavenly bodies visible to their naked eyes (Sun, Moon and five planets), so an astrological week grew up with each day guided by a planet.

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