Definition of monocular in English:
With, for, or in one eye: he had only monocular vision
More example sentences
- Amblyopia is the most common cause of monocular visual impairment in children and young and middle-aged adults.
- In the 15th century, Brunelleschi invented a screen with central apparatus in order to obtain exact perspective - the monocular vision of the camera obscura.
- A Land Warrior platoon - each soldier outfitted with body armor, a computerized backpack system and helmet-mounted monocular eyepiece - is also part of the parachute assault.
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An optical instrument for viewing distant objects with one eye, resembling one half of a pair of binoculars.
- Our binoculars and monoculars are backed by a Lifetime Transferable Warranty.
- The company offers over 20 models, ranging from monoculars to binoculars and goggles.
- Contemporary optics, everything from pocket monoculars to the largest telescopes, operate on nearly identical principles to those of the earliest magnifying instruments.
- monocularly adverb
- Example sentences
- We performed the D - 15 d monocularly, and the mean value of the two eyes was considered for all further processing.
- The test should be performed binocularly and then monocularly.
- The two snapshots were presented monocularly and sequentially, being separated by a brief time interval.
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