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Definition of field glasses in English:

plural noun

Binoculars for outdoor use.
Example sentences
  • An unnerving scramble ensues to grab cameras and field glasses and evacuate the vehicle.
  • Machine guns bristled from strategic sightline points, and two soldiers peered down through field glasses at us as we sipped Pepsis in plastic chairs.
  • Through field glasses we could see a solitary sheep standing mournfully on a slippery rock ledge right in the middle of the fall, imprisoned by solid walls of water.

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